“In the best times of my life I always think I am making room, even more room in me. Here I shovel away snow, there I raise aloft a piece of fallen sky; there are superfluous lakes, I let them run out (I save the fish), overgrown forests, I drive crowds of apes into them, everything is astir, but there’s never enough room, I never ask why, I never feel why, I just have to keep making room, on and on, and as long as I can do so, I merit my life.” –Elias Canetti
I don’t have a dog; and I don’t want a dog; and my building doesn’t allow pets, so I couldn’t have a dog, even if I wanted one — but this post from Stay of Execution made me think about all the happiness benefits of having a dog. There are a lot!
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