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Dear friends,I read this poem by William Blake a long time ago and it stayed with me:Tyger Tyger, burning bright, In the forests of the night; What immortal hand or eye, Could frame thy fearful symmetry?Simple words. Powerful words. Don’t they draw a picture in your mind of the majesty and fierceness of the tiger? Don’t you wish the tiger evoked in each one of us the same admiration and awe that it did in Blake? I sure do. I also wish each of us had the capacity to admire and protect all the wonderful animals that share this world with us. It is World Animal Day on the fourth of October, the reason this issue is dedicated to all the delightful creatures around us. You will find them not only in forests and sanctuaries but also in towns, villages or cities you live in. It is my hope that more of us realize that the Earth does not exist solely for humans. Animals, birds or reptiles, they all have as much right to this world as we do. I hope more people open up their hearts and listen to the Call of the Wild. Moving on, we celebrate World Elders’ Day on the first and the birthdays of Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri on the second. We also have Dussehra, Eid and Diwali this month. October seems to be a month of great joy and celebration, and I hope you all take safe precautions when bursting crackers and if you can, whenever you can, take care to protect our environment. I do hope you also spare time for quiet celebrations and remembrances, for our elders who guide us and share their wisdom, for our great leaders who left us a legacy of thought-provoking ideas.

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