The first day when he came back from Austria, he was really patient. I told him, “You have to be patient. Because in the airplane, no one can sit next to you. You have to stay with other dogs or some other animals. Be patient. Be patient. You’ll see me soon. Just sleep on the plane.” He understood. I kept talking to him from inside. Then he’s OK. When he arrived, he snuggled his head into my arms, standing right there without saying a word. Just like this. Understand? That was as much as he would express. He wouldn’t wag his tail or stick around me. No, no, no. He is a guard dog. A security dog! He doesn't talk much. He is very focused. So his most loving expression is to snuggle his head in my arms and stand there, doing nothing else and saying nothing. Completely motionless. That was his deepest expression of love. Alright, after he did that, we climbed up the hill together to my little house. Afterwards, the whole group went down the hill to the place where they stayed; I stayed up there by myself. When they all went down, he followed and went down too. I stood there and said very loudly. I said, “Oh my, I lost my dog. I haven't been away that long; he already has his heart somewhere else. What should I do?” I said so very loudly. He turned around right away and sat beside me. He had already left a while before. He thought, since we had come up together I would leave together too. He didn’t pay attention. But after I said that, he turned around right away. Even though he had stepped out a while back, he turned around right away and sat next to me, looking at the other people. Oh, so I felt, “How come? How can he understand so clearly?” How can he understand so clearly? In fact, animals are very very smart, very agile, and very highly spiritual inside. That documented reality… (Documentaries.) So those documentaries record real events. You can see that some animals are very loyal. Even wild animals are like that. Watching films like that, you’ll truly feel touched. We human have so much to learn from animals.