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I end with a photograph that I hope is as inspirational as it is sweet. Our little dachshund, Saaya, had a slipped disc, was operated on and recovered, almost fully, which is to say 80 per cent of what she was before. You can see the scar running down her long back. She keeps going – wagging her tail and taking joy in her umwelt, her perceptual universe, as per the semiotic theories of biologist Jakob von Uexküll.

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Rashmee Roshan Lall

Journalist by trade & inclination. PhD. Analyst. Author. I join the dots on international affairs and the world of books so you don't have to.