Rhinos need lots of veggies, but also the right ones. We are self-medicating by Nature, so We pay attention. A little of this, balanced with a bunch of that.
Most Rhino medication is taken on the Perpetual Plan, with an eye to upcoming possibilities, which could show up any time.
All herbal, except for occasional minerals (when We run into them).
only stand and wait,” a quote from a sonnet by Mr. John Milton, d.1674.
Rhinos know quite a bit about Patience. We have learnt it during the last 50 million years and the myriad adventures experienced in that time.
Rhinos have many outstanding Ideas going forward in our heads, almost all the time. Unfortunately, these Ideas must compete with one another for our Undivided Attention.
Ideas do not like to wait in line for Attention; they jostle for Preferential Treatment. However, Rhinos have short attention spans, so shortly We will refocus; next it could be any Idea’s turn.
And all of this goes on while We chew. Amazing, right?!
And for the Your Inner Rhino CLUE series, this wraps it up. We salute again Mr. A.E. Pratt, its creator, and Hasbro, which manufactures the game itself.
An odd part of this merriment is that Mr. Body, the Victim, is never detailed. We just need to find out which Player done him in. Of course, the best part is when you find out that Your character is the culprit! Bwahahahahahaha.
RhinoResearch says the indications are that Nature thrives in the face of Chaos. Things are never just one way; they usually go in both directions, wherever they are headed. Coming and Going, as well as Side-stepping. Then you have your Ups and Downs.
It’s sort of stimulating, knowing We know not much.
Rhinos are often typified as Mysterious, as you know. We never feel that heaving ourselves into Public Notice is necessary or wise. We are a bit Tremendous for that.
We like to let our qualities be sensed and appreciated over time. A glimpse here, a murmur there, should do the trick.
Rhinos are subtle.
Today, in 1492, Mr. Christopher Columbus and 87 sailors set off to find China in three ships . Two months later they arrived in San Salvador, delighted to get to dry land. Needless to say, it was not China.
It seems too bad that Mr. Columbus felt bad about this dud trip, but that is what often happens when only one Outcome will satisfy.