A leopard was chasing the dog. The dog entered the toilet through a window. The toilet was closed from the outside.
The leopard entered behind the dog, and both got stuck in the toilet. When the dog saw the leopard, he panicked and quietly sat in one corner. He didn’t even dare to bark.
Even though the leopard was hungry and was chasing the dog, he did not eat the dog. He could have had dinner by tearing off the dog in one leap.
But the two animals were together in different corners for almost twelve hours. During these twelve hours, the leopard was also quiet.
The forest department zeroed in on the leopard and captured him using a tranquilliser dart.
Now the question is, why didn’t the hungry leopard tear off the dog when it was easily possible??
The wildlife researchers responded to this question: According to them, wild animals are very sensitive to their freedom. As soon as they realize their liberty has been taken away, they can feel deep sorrow, so much so that they can forget their hunger.
Their natural motivation to feed the stomach begins to fade away.
Freedom and happiness are connected . Freedom to think, act and live in a way that we wish.