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“A Native American elder once described his own inner struggles in this manner: Inside of me there are two dogs. One of the dogs is mean and evil. The other dog is good. The mean dog fights the good dog all the time. When asked which dog wins, he reflected for a moment and replied, the one I feed th

“A Native American elder once described his own inner struggles in this manner: Inside of me there are two dogs. One of the dogs is mean and evil. The other dog is good. The mean dog fights the good dog all the time. When asked which dog wins, he reflected for a moment and replied, the one I feed th

Geri and Freki, Odin's wolfs. When he feasts with the slain warriors (selected by the Valkyries.- the Einherjar) in Valhalla, he only indulges in the divine Mead, from the udders of the goat Heidrun. All other food offered to him he feeds to his wolves.

Geri and Freki, Odin's wolfs. When he feasts with the slain warriors (selected by the Valkyries.- the Einherjar) in Valhalla, he only indulges in the divine Mead, from the udders of the goat Heidrun. All other food offered to him he feeds to his wolves.

There are two wolves inside  of you....which one will you feed? Love the concept.. I've always fed the evil wolf . It's taken me a long time to find god and finally feed the good wolf . He was starving !

There are two wolves inside of you....which one will you feed? Love the concept.. I've always fed the evil wolf . It's taken me a long time to find god and finally feed the good wolf . He was starving !

This reminds me of the story about the two wolves inside one's soul. All that matters is which one you feed.

This reminds me of the story about the two wolves inside one's soul. All that matters is which one you feed.

A Cherokee elder was teaching his children. He said to them, “A terrible fight is going on inside me. It is a fight between two wolves. One is the wolf of joy, love, hope, kindness and compassion. The other is the wolf of fear, anger, cynicism, indifference and greed. The same fight is going on inside of you and every other person too.” The children thought about it for a moment, and then one child asked, “Which wolf will win?” The elder replied, “Whichever one you feed.”

A Cherokee elder was teaching his children. He said to them, “A terrible fight is going on inside me. It is a fight between two wolves. One is the wolf of joy, love, hope, kindness and compassion. The other is the wolf of fear, anger, cynicism, indifference and greed. The same fight is going on inside of you and every other person too.” The children thought about it for a moment, and then one child asked, “Which wolf will win?” The elder replied, “Whichever one you feed.”

Here the different colours of the wolves represent the contrasting characters of hamlet and Horatio. Hamlet is bawdy, a leader and quick to react, whereas Horatio is a follower, thinker and quiet. the wolves also show pack mentality, which relates to the way that Hamlet and Horatio always have a plan together and are mostly together.

Here the different colours of the wolves represent the contrasting characters of hamlet and Horatio. Hamlet is bawdy, a leader and quick to react, whereas Horatio is a follower, thinker and quiet. the wolves also show pack mentality, which relates to the way that Hamlet and Horatio always have a plan together and are mostly together.

Faithful Moons.    On full moons I cant sleep. Thats a pic of me. Lol

Faithful Moons. On full moons I cant sleep. Thats a pic of me. Lol

Two Wolves Fighting Inside Me  A wise old man was talking to a boy and said, “There are two wolves always fighting inside me. One is filled with anger, hate, jealousy, shame and lies. The other wolf is filled with love, joy, truth, and peace. This battle rages inside of you and all men” The boy thought for a moment and asked “Which wolf will win?” The old man answered “The one you feed.”  Read more…

Two Wolves Fighting Inside Me A wise old man was talking to a boy and said, “There are two wolves always fighting inside me. One is filled with anger, hate, jealousy, shame and lies. The other wolf is filled with love, joy, truth, and peace. This battle rages inside of you and all men” The boy thought for a moment and asked “Which wolf will win?” The old man answered “The one you feed.” Read more…

J.Renko. The short story describes an inner conflict, but this one is inside of Pip. Pip can either change himself or stay how he is, and either change can distance himself from someone he finds near and dear to his heart. He either can feed the Evil wolf, or the Good wolf (change or stay himself [either one can fit the category]).

J.Renko. The short story describes an inner conflict, but this one is inside of Pip. Pip can either change himself or stay how he is, and either change can distance himself from someone he finds near and dear to his heart. He either can feed the Evil wolf, or the Good wolf (change or stay himself [either one can fit the category]).

"I don't think you should mess with her" "why not?" "Because the wolves protect their own"

"I don't think you should mess with her" "why not?" "Because the wolves protect their own"

Show me your friends. » Love, Sex, Intelligence  #inspirational #relationships

Show me your friends

Show me your friends. » Love, Sex, Intelligence #inspirational #relationships

The Secret to Have Your Best Life | { In The Head of A l } "“I have two wolves barking inside of me. The first wolf is filled with anger, hatred, bitterness, and mostly revenge. The second wolf inside of me is filled with love, kindness, compassion, and mostly forgiveness.‘Which wolf do you think will win?’ the young boy inquired. The grandfather responded, ‘Whichever one I feed.’” (—Wayne Dyer) "

The Secret to Have Your Best Life | { In The Head of A l } "“I have two wolves barking inside of me. The first wolf is filled with anger, hatred, bitterness, and mostly revenge. The second wolf inside of me is filled with love, kindness, compassion, and mostly forgiveness.‘Which wolf do you think will win?’ the young boy inquired. The grandfather responded, ‘Whichever one I feed.’” (—Wayne Dyer) "

A wolf wouldn't even tear me apart like the way you did.

A wolf wouldn't even tear me apart like the way you did.