People and Nature
What sets us as man apart form wild animals, well animal’s lives unprotected in the field they live in nature and they fall part of the natural circle of life, hay use there surroundings to make sure they have enough to eat, they have a distinctive class structure, if you take lets say the lion you will even notice polygamy going on there, and in that family structure, the woman do the hunting, wile the fat cat male sits at home throwing his wait around.
So in human culture this can be found with lets use per example the Zulu culture were in the traditional setting ,the culture polygamy is allowed and in the home setting the woman of the house takes care of there men, while he sits around in and throws his wait around.
The if you look at Love birds they are one of eleven societies that mate for life have baby’s and when one of them passes only then will the one that is left, try to find a new life partner
You also get this in humans, I would say that the birds thou manage to keep it together better than most humans ever could.
In the insect world you get the black widow spider that eats its male partner after mating
Similarly in the human world most murders accrue between spouses or lovers that basically lost it.
Now if you look at the elephant, and the way they, look after and protect there baby’s, and the way that they live with there family structure, and the way they react if they are removed from that structure.
In humans we find the same behavior; me as a dad would do anything for my children to protect them, and when I am not with them I miss them and sometimes I even get depressed.
Witch brings me to ants, they have a ant heap and every body in the ant heap serves the queen who at the end of the day is responsible to keep the economy of the nest growing by laying eggs, they have different ants to do different jobs in the nest, like red ants who protect the nest and normal workers who gathers food, they even have ants that fly.
Similar us humans do the same with our system of government, we work, pay taxes and everybody does something different
With brings me to the penguins, Roy and Silo, two chinstrap penguins at the Central Park Zoo in Manhattan, are completely devoted
to each other. For nearly six years now, they have been inseparable. They exhibit what in penguin
Parlance is called "ecstatic behavior": that is, they entwine their necks, they vocalize to each other, they
Have sex. Silo and Roy are, to anthropomorphize a bit, gay penguins. When offered female
Companionship, they have adamantly refused it. And the females aren't interested in them, either.( this type of behavior hat so far been observed in hundreds of species )
This behavior has also been observed in humans, and yet some people insists that it is against nature how odd
Here is a list of my source: http://www.abouthomosexuality.com/gay-penguins.pdf
Now I will leave you with the following, from the book of genesis” And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.”
So God was happy with his creations, not happy with some of it but with all that he made- who are you then to judge?