Dolphins are great survivors. They are
always cheerful, even if some species,
especially the river species, are at the
brink of extinction.
Has anyone seen a dolphin that frowns?
No, not at all. All dolphins are born, live
and die with that everlasting smile. Smile
and beget happiness.
Dolphins often breach. They jump and play
and explore new heights. One has to have
that enterprising quality to breach out of
their comfort zone to enjoy life.
Dolphins keep away from those sharks
which would suck up one’s energy and
kill the person eventually. They are not
worth the attention. Stay away from them
always to maintain positive attitude.
Dolphin beat up the sharks. They live and swim
with the sharks, but they take it in a positive
stride and make sure to not copy the sharks’
behaviors or attitudes. Being yourself is the key.
Dolphin surface just one more time (Every Time!).
Regardless of what happens beneath the water,
ensure to surface again for fresh air to keep one
alive and kicking (or paddling).
When a dolphin is hurt, the buddies come to the rescue and
two in the pod would lift the handicapped one to surface
repeatedly, even if it means they go breathless. Then they
take turns to ensure that the injured is nursed with fresh air.
Dolphins help the unknown. When there had been
shark attacks on humans, dolphins have come to
the rescue, despite not been summoned to and not
knowing how humans may snap back at them.
Dolphin connect with others, as often and as possible.
The dolphins are known to communicate with each other
by various types of clicks. They encourage the pod and
keep in touch so that their social bonds are made stronger.
Make sure to be in touch with the near and dear ones.
Dolphins may be so playful and mindless, but when it
comes to hunting fish, they are remarkable with their
unique strategies. Similarly, however fun one has, it is
important to be professional and thorough when the
task demands so.
Dolphins search for what works, what’s possible,
what makes sense, whose ideas are right and
whose aren’t. And this, in itself, can make them
Dolphins tell the truth as they understand it. This is
the straightest route to, and the quickest mechanism
for, being trusted and being able to trust.
Dolphins like to win. But they don’t need for you to
lose unless you insist on it. If there is little at stake
or if they can learn something significant in doing
so or if it can make important things happen, they
aren’t opposed to losing either.
Dolphins almost always act on “the big picture” and do it
quickly. But if it helps to find the next right, smart, good
thing or move, they are also capable of focusing on the
Dolphins don’t care where good ideas come
from. And they are always open to alliances
and collaborations that work and make good
Dolphins are willing to retaliate to get their point across,
counteract unfairness or sweep aside the obstinate, the
ridiculous or the superfluous. They realize that order is
really hard to achieve. It’s really precious, and it’s really
easy to lose.
Now You Know “Dolphin’s Mind”
Thank You Very Much
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