Chi Bear


This Tale about a unique Bear, a Chi Bear, finds members of the other seven bear species in a zoo picking on one another’s “differences” instead of seeing their uniqueness and common traits.  
 
Children learn about the traits and characteristics of bears, along with lessons on . . . 
  • silence,
  • freedom,
  • tolerance,
  • kindness,
  • imagining, and
  • the power of words and thoughts.

Chi Bear Passage


Shorter than the Grizzlies, yet taller than the Black Bears, it lovingly gazed at the Spectacled Bears at one end of the exhibits, their neighbors the Giant Pandas, the Honey Bears next to them, and then the Grizzlies.
 
Then its eyes met those of the Polar Bears, the Asian Black Bears, the Sloth Bears, and finally the American Black Bears at the other end of the exhibits.

Its eyes seemed to see something beyond the various sizes, colors, and shapes of the bears something much deeper and common to all the bears.
 
It seemed to see the Life Force, the Spirit, of each bear.
 
Then, looking directly at the Grizzlies, the new bear introduced itself.
 
“In answer to your first question, ‘What in the world are you?’, I’m a bear just like you.
 
They call me Chi (Cheee) Bear.”
 

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