Some Ans. Questions 1908 by -'Abdu'l-Bahá- 1 Para

This contrast is peculiar to the world of man: with other creatures-- that is to say, with nearly all animals-- there is a kind of justice and equality. Thus equality exists in a shepherd's flock and in a herd of deer in the country. Likewise, among the birds of the prairie, of the plain, of the hills or of the orchard, and among every kind of animal some kind of equality prevails. With them such a difference in the means of existence is not to be found; so they live in the most complete peace and joy (273:3)

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