Bird Noise & Mental Health

Crows, correspond to Selfishness.

All birds correspond spiritually to our thoughts; songbirds, to thoughts of love; eagles, to spiritual thoughts; crows and ravens to selfish thoughts, our falsity, represented by our mind-chatter. The noise of crows, when they squawk for humans to feed them, has been contributing to our mental health problems, for the last twenty years. When humans feed the crows, it causes the bird population to go out of balance, thereby, affecting humans at an unconscious way, by causing excessive mind-chatter, which results in having no regard for our neighbor and leads to our own isolation and loneliness.

Stop feeding the Crows to Improve Mental Health.

Feeding the Crows and Seagulls has become the new "lost-soul" syndrome, a dreadful state for humanity/animal interaction. People who feed the big birds should be fined for littering, or made to donate their peanut money to charity. We need to learn to love birds - but without feeding or caging them.


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The spiritual correspondence, to us resisting feeding the crows, strengthens our ability to control our own negative mind-chatter and can influence the collective negative mind-chatter of humanity, by improving our sound environment by starting with our selfish human/animal interactions with the crows. Feeding the crows, represents the false assumption that nature will not supply for our needs - thus, we too end up begging and stealing and hurting our neighbour.

I have an unique perspective, in that I was born in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, and have lived in the West End for 45 years. I write about spiritual subjects from home, and I have always been able to meditate and take brief naps in the afternoon everyday all of my life. But not anymore; not in the last six years, particularly the last three, which was the beginning of major construction in Vancouver's West End. The flag people and construction crews start feeding the birds the moment they brake ground - and they continued to feed them over the next few years, doubling and tripling their population. Yet, the squawking continues long after the flag person leaves for the day. And the birds then stay with the building long after the construction is complete. The birds start to squawk at sunrise. I even heard a child the other day, its first two words spoken were "caw caw."

seagulls waiting to move into 1751 pendrell, vancouverWhen the birds have been raised on poisonous hydrogenated peanuts and white bread, they squawk late into the night for people to feed them more crap food. They have not learned to hunt for real food themselves, otherwise, they would be at the beach, where there is an abundance of high protein food on the shoreline.

The increasing bird noise in the city is causing sleepless nights even for the homeless. The bird noise make the children cry, and suddenly there are windows slamming, dogs barking and car alarms going off. The people feeding the birds are oblivious to the noise they are causing because their mind-chatter is too loud for them to hear anything.

Every building has a no bird-feeding bylaw, which were put in place to make people show respect for their neighbor. Even pet friendly buildings appear to let their tenants feed the birds. Thirty years ago the city of Vancouver began to have all of the garbage bins locked to keep the birds out - yet, now we think it was to keep the homeless out. Follow the sound of the crows and seagulls and you will find some lonely postal person secretly feeding them. If you could hear the thoughts of someone who feeds the crows, you would understand why it is contributing to their mental health crisis.

The Truth Test for all Love Relationships:

It is so disheartening to see someone feed the crows, but then deny it. Therefore, I created a test to determine if someone you know can be trusted. Ask your boss, employee, or someone whom you are going out with if they feed the crows. However, ask them in such a way that if they are feeding the crows, they will tell you. Here is the fun part: you must determine how to ask them in a way that gets the truth. Remember, crow feeders have had years of selfishness and dishonesty. Watch them until they earn your trust. People, who feed the crows are sure break-up material. If your mother is feeding the birds, get her help fast.

Please help fix this problem. Hold companies accountable for the damage they do to the neighbourhood. Help stop the background squawking taking place in everyone's sensitive mind. By-laws teach us to respect our "neighbor" Bird feeding is a new phenomenon, which requires education, just as leashes and picking up after your dogs used to be.

Canada Postal Carriers Feeding the Birds

postal carriers feeding the birds, vancouverThe Canada post carriers are the worst bird-feeding offender. Our postal carrier spends an hour in front of our building, smoking and feeding the crows and seagulls, talking out loud to the birds, and causing a lot of noise. Our carrier says they are attacking her. (Canada Post allows their carriers to feed the birds if they attack them) The dishonesty is profound, considering the trust we put in Canada Post. Our own carrier feeds the birds everywhere in the West End of Vancouver; if you see a sign "do not feed the birds" it is because they are fed up with her. The neighborhood has complained about her for years. Human food, and wild animals do not mix, they breed mice and rats, and attract raccoons and skunks. Human food is not for birds. Urge your city council to implement a city-wide no bird-feeding policy. If you know of someone who can make Canada Post enforce their by-law, please make the call. Canada Post have ignored the requests from Hedy Fry's office in Vancouver's West End. Yet, they would make an additional 10% profit if they eliminated the time their carrier spend distracted while driving and feeding the birds. It inconsiderate, not caring about the neighbor, let alone the damage done to the roofs of the buildings in the West End?

postal carriers keeping crows as pets, vancouver
Ask Canada Post to Stop Feeding the Birds!

We all know what birds sound like, so here is only a 30 sec. video of my Canada Postal carrier feeding the crows: After three years of asking our postal carrier to stop feeding the birds, this video was taken Sunday, December 22, 2019 @ 1PM. (As of November 25th, 2020 our Postal Carrier she is still feeding them).

In a recent video message about COVID-19, famed primatologist Jane Goodall warned about the close relationship between people and wild animals causing "the terror and misery of new viruses."

https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/wildlife-markets-china-coronavirus-pandemic-1.5510045

Lobby for a no-bird- feeding policy in your City - Vancouver City Council, are you listening?

We need a province-wide no bird-feeding policy NOW. The fines would be good income for the cities, and the cleanup costs would be saved, as well as the toxic roasted peanut shells washing down our sewers would be eliminated. If all of the people feeding the crows (I think at least 30% of the population are feeding the bird. That money could be paid in fines to feed the poor. My neighbor used to throw over one hundred peanuts a day) out of her fourth floor high rise window starting at 5AM, causing a rat problem for her building. In addition, by reducing the noise it will help the mental health crisis. If you do not believe me, just ask someone who is feeding the crows to stop, and you will see their anger and hatred come out - Try it! This is exactly how the dog owners were with their dog crap on the streets of Vancouver, B.C. in the 1970's. We need no-bird-feeding quiet zones for residences.

Video of Canada Post Carrier feeding the birds in front of 1419 Pendrell Street, Vancouver, which has no live-in residential manager. (Sorry for the quality of the video, I am a senior and still have a flip phone).

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