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From animals and nature to attachment and identity.
Lonny D. Meinecke Ph.D.
Do we need proof that animal companions help us survive our pain? Scientists say there's little evidence that unconditional love has any therapeutic benefit.
Maybe our thoughts aren't just thoughts. Maybe they keep us company just like real things do, when those we miss are elsewhere.
Why is it always too late to say goodbye? Maybe our need to remember each other outweighs our need to see one another...
Our species is afraid of loss, even though we'll lose everything anyway when we leave this world. Often, we miss the thought of one another more than we miss Life itself.
Many cultures want sons, not daughters. Yet evidence suggests that a long line of anonymous daughters made the difference in our survival, not the few first-born sons we recall.
Lonny Douglas Meinecke, Ph.D., is part of the adjunct psychology faculty at King University in Tennessee. His research stresses reverence for childhood, and the need to honor biological life of every age and kind.