Artists create a heartwarming and motivational comic about a dog and his owner.

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Tum Natakorn Ulit, a 27-year-old Thai artist, is best known for his colourful comic strips, which take the unexpected twists we discussed earlier this year. His stories are forceful and poignant, conveying a bittersweet feeling of tragedy, and are inspired by his personal experiences. They will make you cry uncontrollably, but isn’t that the beauty of tragedy? “Brave heart” is the title of his most recent storey.

Today’s inspiration for you is If you really want to, you can do anything. A dog can help you stay motivated by making your daily walk or run less lonely and more enjoyable. … Some individuals are terrified of walking alone, but having a canine friend can make running and walking safer.

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In the vast majority of circumstances, our human experience entails complicated behaviours that help us to address issues in daily life. The intrinsic impulses Pink identifies are, unsurprisingly, extremely recognisable to us. In fact, most conventional dog training methods that avoid using rewards rely on attributing these inner motivators to our pets. When requested to speak out for us, our dogs should do so “because they love us” or out of a sense of loyalty or obligation. These are motivators that we humans are familiar with and to which we respond on a regular basis. But the truth is that our pets lead very different lives than we do. Their time with us is not marked by the inventiveness with which we solve challenging problems.They live in a much simpler, task-based world where we simply have to sit, wait, come, or perform a few more basic actions.

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