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Bridget

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"Conan the praying dog folds his paws in prayer alongside a Buddhist priest at Shuri-kannondo temple in Naha city, Okinawa province, Japan.

The eighteen month old long haired chihuahua stands up in prayer when the temple priest performs his sutras.

Apparently, Conan also prays before going out for walks, or before feeding time."

I came across this picture last night, and have been thinking about it ever since. I hope it is as moving for you as it is for me.






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That is awesome! How cute. Thanks for sharing!

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Animals are great. Really cute.  Thank you for sharing this with all of us. 


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Oh boy.. that was moving but also pretty freaky, Bridget! Imagine, a dog praying alongside you...

maybe its a reincarnation of someone from the 18th century ... who knows...

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That is just to cute. It made me smile and forget about my troubles for a minute. Thanks Sister B.

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