What the fuck is the universe trying to tell me? I’ve seen past loves with past friends and yet I’m here. Alone. No explanation as to why but the fact that I am inevitably an expendable lover. Someone to fill the gap between times that a woman truly falls in love with another man. I am just a disposable heart that longs for mutual appreciation and love, but in the end I am thrown aside like an empty bottle. I’ve been used up, emptied by the emotional addiction that is love, and as soon as I give every ounce of my heart my life goes awry. I need someone to recollect the pieces of my heart that have been spread amongst countless women and claim them for her own. Until then I remain lost.
I am pro-wolf, but I also think that wolf populations need control. I think it's good, from time to time, and to some extent, under strict rules of course, to hunt wolves. Hunting should entirely exclude endangered subspecies of wolf, and exclude regions in which wolves are still in small populations. Hunting is good for wolves (don't get me wrong here), because wolf population can't be too high either, bc it causes conflicts & more hatred for wolves. I guess I will be hated now. Go on. Hate.
(Typing this, I understand there are most likely people out there to who this is new, shocking, and possibly enraging information. A few years back, before I started studying wolves and biology, I felt the exact same way. Just like I do now, I loved wolves and wanted to protect them at all costs. I was convinced hunting them could in no way be beneficial for this species that is already often so endangered. When I started to seriously educate myself on wolves and this particular subject, surprisingly I found the opposite to be true. I want to ask you to be respectful for people’s opinions on this subject, but more importantly I want to ask you to go andread on why population control is sometimes needed for the sake of the survival of our beloved wolf. The sources listed above are easy accessible, no matter your level of knowledge on the subject.)
If the mind taught the heart to think and the heart taught the mind to love. What a concept.