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A Journey through Aesthetic Realms

Celebrating a Heartwarming Christmas with Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan) in Florida, Part 1 of 11, Dec. 25, 2001

2023-12-05
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The blue one is Laguna. Yes. The one with a short tail, we named him Sunny The Long Tailed because we hope that his tail will grow long. He’s always too active, and runs around all over. Even in a cage or outside, he’s just jumping. So, he lost some of his feathers. It just grew back, and he lost it again. And the one with a long tail is Rainbow. Yes. And the scarlet here – the scarlet macaw[-person], the red one – his name is Kadula.

And the pink one that you saw today, his name originally was Daiquiri, but I think it’s a bad drink – alcohol. I said we don’t drink alcohol, so I renamed him Gentino. Gentino means gentle, because he wasn’t very gentle. So it’s reminding him every day, but he still calls himself Daiquiri. Every time he sees me, he says, “Hallo, I’m Daiquiri.” Gentino, he likes the name, but he forgot. Oh, the white one, his name is Mirabeau– miracle and beauty.

These two are very loving, and not many people know about them. Blue-headed pionus-people. Originally, I had only one. Because he was so lonely and he told me he wanted one of his own kind, so, I took him all over, everywhere, to look for a mate. And they have many places and different kinds, but he never took interest until he saw this lady, over there. And then he jumped all over her, trying to get into the cage to preen her. And then he could not, so he preened himself and, oh, made all kinds of beautiful performance in front of her. So he’s happy now. She’s more peaceful. So we named her Pazy – paz, la paz (peace); Pazy. And he’s Luvy because he’s so loving, always amorous, so “Luvy”.

These two small ones are cockatiels. The one with the red and green there – that’s the adventurer. Remember last time, she left and came back one and a half days later. Yes. She thinks she’s pretty enough, so she doesn’t like decoration. Both of them took the thing off. I decorated both of them, and now one took [it] off already. This one is trying hard. Yeah, they’re right. God made them pretty enough already. Yes. And these, two yellow and one blue, they’re Indian ringneck-people. Yes, they can talk also. All of them can talk. They just don’t talk right now.

Oh, these two are the Queen of Bavaria, very, very difficult to get. We will hardly see them anywhere in the shop, any shop, or anywhere at all. Not even in the zoo; at Parrot Jungle, they don’t have any. These, you require a special permit to even rear them because they are kind of an endangered kind of species. So, people raise them in captivity to keep the species continued, because in the wild, maybe they don’t have that many. This one also in the wild, you don’t have that many, and in captivity, also very rare.

And these dog-people, you’ve seen them last time, so… Benny, you want to say hallo? This is Lucky.
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