Do We Wag the Dog's Tail?

"Let us ... turn wholeheartedly to the great First Cause, God, knowing that lie alone is Lord"

Anyone who has ever had a dog for a pet and companion knows that a dog's tail is an almost infallible barometer of moods and feelings. When the tail hangs down without motion, the dog is at least quiet; when it is tucked between a dog's legs, it indicates that the animal may be far from happy. On the other hand, when the tail is up and waving, the dog is in ebullient spirits, happy and lively.

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