April 4, 2011: Nature’s Language

~ by Mary Galvano

From the corner of my eye I noticed a little black dog is twirling. She puts her small head up in the air, moving it back and forth while her back side shakes from the movement of her tail going a mile a minute. Is she is trying to tell me something?

She is.

My toy poodle, Princess (Foo-Fee to my husband), has just communicated to me that she wants to go outside. This is only a fracture of language outside the human tongue.

Another good example is Bees. Bees communicate by dances. Bees returning to the beehive after finding a good supply of food will communicate to other bees by dancing at a particular region in the comb: the dance floor. The dance floor is generally close to the entrance but sometimes moves, e.g. goes further inside when it is cold or closer to the entrance when there is lots of activity; and this is only one of the dances they do.

The communication of humans is only a mere fracture of all the different communications going on around us. Yet, we can’t understand it as the animals do. Sometimes I wonder if all our book learning has really helped us as a society. Learning and discovering is beautiful, too. We should always keep these things up, but, as we start to learn the human way, we start leaving behind our natural instincts of communication with creation.

If anyone caught the news last week there was a video of two babies communicating with each other that made the headlines. One baby would babble and then the other would babble back as hands were opening and closing in the process, as if to do sign language. Some would say this was just a cute video of baby talk. Or was it the communication of two spirits still living totally in God’s will with total trust in the Creator? Living in a way before the world takes away the innocence they possess.


Jesus said, “Amen, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will not enter the kingdom of heaven,” Matthew 18:3.

We must come back to complete trust in God just as a child has trust in a parent, putting away our independent thinking and ways of communicating with one another. Live a simple life, as said in a message from the Blessed Mother. Living simple lives will open new waves of communication to the kingdom of heaven.


Mary Galvano-Bajohr is a singer/songwriter, LPGA golf instructor, speaker and author. On the golf course she is a dedicated professional, but go to a Yankee game, a Pro-life event or other venue and you just might see her step up to the microphone and sing the National Anthem or the Ave Maria.

Visit Mary’s website at www.marygalvano.com.

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