Deer, oh dear!

Remember reading about Daisy, the pregnant deer?  Well – I am happy to report that this Jung Suwon-imal has had her baby!  Or should I say, babies!  Daisy was nice enough to grant me a close look at them.  Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim says that animals can sense our energy a lot better than we can – and that when our energy is right, and they feel comfortable, they might let you come closer than you would ever imagine!  To illustrate this concept a little more, here is what Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim has to say about trust:

“If you have trouble trusting, you will tend to feel fearful and powerless when you have to deal with obstacles that seem beyond the power of your physical self to cure.  But think of this.  Could the Life Force that created the universe and created you be so unreliable as to leave you stranded in any situation?  Isn’t your life force beating your heart right now?  Your Silent Master, the Universal Life Force, is the closest thing to you.  It is your breath, your heartbeat, and your warmth.  All over the world, new life of all kinds is being born, showing us over again how life comes into being by itself.

Since the Life Force exists eternally, everywhere, with or without you, trust is something only you can do.  You can choose to acknowledge the Life Force as your own, and act as one with it.  Or you choose to ignore it, in which case you can’t use it, and you will feel powerless.”

Of course, our two Jung Suwon-imal fawns know the true meaning of trust, and are exercising it.

So, here you can see a few pictures of Desiree and Deanna.

Even though they are very new in this world – perhaps a couple of weeks old by now – they are already true Jung Suwon warriors.  Always aware, always alert, and ready for whatever comes their way!

Without further ado, heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeere they are!

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