Kripa Sindhu was brought in as a small bull and he had a collapsed spine from a lack of calcium. He apparently did not drink breast milk at all, and his stomach was lowered down and puffed up.
He did not want to be touched or stroked, and he was afraid when someone approached him. We had to tie him to a rope because once when a worker came up to feed him and clean up, he pounced on him and started butting. And so month after month, and it did not change in any way. You reached out to him to stroke him, and he would start butting.
Now Kripa Sindhu is older. He knows that when we approach him, we will only feed him or brush him. But if you approach him sharply, he begins to growl so pitifully, from fright, and it's a bit of a surprise.
We are sure that more time will pass and trust in people will be restored in him. He had a difficult childhood and he was maybe a year old when he came to us, maybe less. Now it will take a few more years for him to believe that the people who come up to him are ALWAYS just going to do something good. They will stroke him, treat him with something tasty, scratch him with a brush, or the most neutral one - they will just walk by.
Everything animate or inanimate that is within the universe is controlled and owned by the Lord. One should therefore accept only those things necessary for himself, which are set aside as his quota, and one should not accept other things, knowing well to whom they belong.