A Reminder for All Humans…

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With all the negativity happening today, we want to remind everyone that animals are a great example of how we can all come together despite our differences … and we have just the video to prove it.

We’re all different, but the same … so let’s choose to unite and respect one another.

Check out this 2009 video of an awe-inspiring relationship between an elephant named Tarra and a dog named Bella at an elephant sanctuary in Tennessee..

It’s certainly relevant for today’s divisive environment…

Even though they were totally different species, their love and trust for one another became clearly evident to the sanctuary workers.

Tarra and Bella overlooked each other’s differences and simply enjoyed each other’s company…

If Tarra and Bella can do it … so can we.

At Karmagawa, we’re committed to spreading the message of love for all living things … and we’re going to keep doing it until we suffocate hate out of the world.

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Check out this video to learn more about Amir and how he can help you start your own documentaries today … even if you only have a smartphone camera. 

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What do you think about Tarra and Bella’s relationship? Leave a comment below.

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