I am catching up with posting online my articles.
This is the continuation of the previous article:
HORROR MOVIES ARE HARMFUL FOR THE WORLD - PART 1
HORROR MOVIES ARE HARMFUL FOR THE WORLD - PART 2
HORROR MOVIES ARE HARMFUL FOR THE WORLD - PART 3
HORROR MOVIES ARE HARMFUL FOR THE WORLD - PART 4
HORROR MOVIES ARE HARMFUL FOR THE WORLD - PART 5
3. Then I had one more similar experience but this time in Australia. Yes... I had an encounter with the snake in the country where there are so many venomous and "dangerous" snakes.
So I was walking through the forest. The path was about 1m wide and on the side of it there were thick bushes about 30 cm high. At some point I noticed that a snake was coming out of the bushes onto the path that I was walking on. When I noticed him I stopped and so did he. We were about 1 meter apart from each other.
And again I had the same moment when we both looked each other into the eyes. And again I did not see any hate or any desire on behalf of the snake to bite me or eat me alive ( like it is being presented in the films ). I saw an intelligent being. I could also say that I saw kindness and gentleness in the eyes of the snake. After couple of seconds the snake turned back into the bushes and he disappeared. He was probably afraid of me as I am much bigger than him and that was it. I do not know what kind of snake it was. I do not know if it was venomous. But I guess it does not matter as the snakes normally try to get away when they hear the human approaching. Of course if I stepped on this snake then it would - as a self-defence or as an automatic reaction - try to bite me. And so would I if the snake accidently touched me.
So you'll see... the snakes are like most of other animals. They live their life and sometimes they come across a human or vice versa and during the encounter which quite often is in a form of steeping accidently on the snake, the animal tries to protect itself or through automatic reaction it tries to bite the human. Definitely the snakes do not behave like it was presented in the film "Snakes on the plane". This is complete nonsense. But yet this nonsense generates phobia and hate towards the snakes, which results like in the case of the sharks that we try to kill or even we would prefer to eradicate them completely out of the earth.
But you'll see... killing all the snakes and sharks would probably not change anything. And this is because the hostile behaviour of the animals, insects etc. is just the result of the hostile nature of the humans. The nature is just the reflection of how we are. And we ( humans ) are really mean bastards. There is no doubt about it.
So killing completely all of the snakes, sharks etc. is not the solution to the hostility of the nature and animals. This would be just treating the symptoms. Everything would be very different if humans were more kind, gentle, nice to each other and the animals. Then our whole world would be completely different. You'll know... this is not a fairy tale. There are already many videos on internet showing how the most "dangerous" animals are capable of loving and caring for humans who treat them with respect and love. So do not try eradicate the "dangerous" animals. Learn to respect and love them and they will change.
To be continued