The Soul of America Part II — 1 by Robert Sardello | Nov 16, 2018 | Blog, Soul of America | 6 comments This AUDIO post inaugurates Part II of the Blog series – The Soul of America. Watch for further postings. Share this:FacebookGoogleMoreEmail Related 6 Comments Eric on November 17, 2018 at 6:02 am Love this, Robert. Moving and beautiful and timely. Robert Sardello on November 21, 2018 at 9:30 am Thank you, Eric! Judy Sardello on November 17, 2018 at 12:57 pm I haven’t gone into this in depth yet, except to look at the photos. I think animals are infinitely more sensitive than we ever realized, seemingly to almost be able to think in some ways. I have to go out for a little while, but I will get back to this when I get back home. Cathy on November 19, 2018 at 12:37 pm Working alone in a building late one night cleaning kitchen i stepped out onto porch for some air and a white fox walked out from edge of woods and the strange thing besides it’s whiteness (which was very evocative just fixating) was the way it walked just in a straight line towards me about 20 feet as if,..I mean it wouldn’t have surprised me if it started talking or something..it just stood there looking for a couple minutes literally then turned around and walked straight back into edge of woods same way it came. All sorts of feelings went thru me and I couldn’t figure it out. Why? I never saw any animal act that way, it was obviously quite healthy, it’s like it had a very definitely purpose like in a storybook the strangest thing. About 20 years ago, never forgot it. It was a fox. Pure white. Earth prescence yes makes sense that way. Numinous feeling. Takes your breath away, instant wonder. It had a purpose, it was doing something.. Cathy on November 19, 2018 at 4:35 pm Stranger yet, after wondering if I should’ve commented at all and deeply full of the memory of the white fox,walking home Tonite I hear a dog howling at the moon, a big one . I had to stop and listen carefully wondering if I’m losing my mind, it would be fine but I live in a city a ling time and never heard anything like that before I can’t help but think it’s answer to my reveries on white fox which did seem to be with me in a nice way all day thinking about it (friend says it may be coyote here but I never heard such , lived here a long time too) Robert Sardello on November 21, 2018 at 9:30 am Thank you for your wonderful and most helpful comment. I recently saw a white deer in Wisconsin — your description is so, so accurate!