‘Your Inner Rhino’ assumes that our Readers would like an acknowledgement of Sir Alexander Fleming, who discovered Penicillin 90 years ago, today. It has helped many ailing people over the years, dealing with bacterial infection.
Rhinos do not have medicine in the Wild, not as you know it. Ours is all about herbs, timing, and endurance: all Natural. It works for Us- because it must.
We congratulate Sir Alex for saving the day, over and over again.
From Us, here at ‘Your Inner Rhino’, Oh, Won’t you be our Valentine-o?
We Rhinos have seen a lot of creative work over the millenia. That said, We want to recommend the work of Anarchitect Richard Greaves to our Readers’ attention. Since you probably can’t go see it, you can Google it.
We advise you to sit down before going over the images of his work, or you’ll be parked on your backside in no time flat. If Art is the expression of the Individual, here, in this man’s efforts, is what that means.
Eccentric, but so what? A privilege to see it, in whatever form.
Rhinos do not own Pillows, it is true. But Pillows do exist, and Rhinos have followed their progress for a long time.
The Point is, We were among the first to explore the satisfactions of Pillow Fights! Whacking a Pillow and seeing the feathers go whirling around, well, for an effect, it’s hard to beat.
Once again, We were there, dear Readers. Rhinos get around.
The distinction between Seeing a star and Hearing a star is pretty fuzzy with Rhinos. What is the difference? The issue is awareness of the Whelmingness of Nature, and We have that covered.
Rhinos play our modest part in the Greater Scheme of Things.
When a Rhino goes to the beach, which We do not do often, We try to recall that it pays to check what the Tides are up to.
Tides can rise pretty quick, and for tentative swimmers like Rhinos, We’d like to skip unnecessary challenges.
We leave Questionable Adventures to others.
Misunderstandings do arise from time to time. Even for Rhinos with Generally Good Intentions.
Establishing a Misunderstanding requires very little Effort. However, maintaining one takes Two at least.
Mostly. That is the Rhino Experience, anyway.