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Quotes About Elephants

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Enormous Smallness: The Sweet Illustrated Story of E. E. Cummings and His Creative Bravery

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"You are unrepeatable. There is a magic about you that is all your own." ~ D.M. Dellinger #IAmEnough


I adore everything about elephants. Their bodies are massive and strong but they're so gentle and peaceful looking. They carry the best symbolic features. Reliability, dignity, power, royalty, pride, and also in the form of Ganesha who is the god of luck. In Christian symbolism the elephant is an icon of temperance, patience and chastity. <3


I don't see anything 'funny' about this. I see a majestic wild animal that has been taken from its natural environment and used as a thing to make money and to be laughed at. They are usually treated horrifically and live their lives in a cage only just big enough for them to turn around in. It's barbaric and it's disgusting.


Serengeti National Park, Tanzania Don't worry about tourists crowding your view. After all, northern Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park has more than 5,700 square miles to share. Silhouettes of elephants and giraffes will most likely accompany your panorama of the sunset. Book a safari and watch as day shifts into night. A safari is a great way to experience a Serengeti sunset, but if you want to view the breathtaking display from a higher altitude, sign up for a hot air balloon safari.

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"If you cannot find a good companion to walk with, walk alone, like an elephant roaming the jungle. It is better to be alone than to be with those who will hinder your progress." - Buddha