Continuing with the Japan photos, even though this one may not be so much about Japan as about one of our traits that has brought us where we are today (for better or for worse )
As children, we have no fear. We play with fire, we get burned, we learn, we become better. As we get older, we accumulate fears, some rational, some not. We also lock our minds in an illusion of knowledge, subduing our curiosity and dwelling in the secure. Why? What is life worth if it is lived in fear? Fear makes us not live the moments our hearts would love to live. Fight your fears, and live free, as you did when you were a child
jlzxfkhadskghskfhg this is so cute it hurts. It also brings up this fierce nostalgia - I know almost exactly where this was taken. It didn't trample her after this, did it? I know how damn aggressive those deer can be.