Life with Lizards

Today, while working in the Woodshop, one of the monks found this little guy relaxing on his shoulder. Unlike some lizards around here, he was very laid-back and content. These reptiles can change their color in a matter of seconds, but usually remain either green or brown most of the time. It is well known that the sound of a lizard or gecko chirping is auspicious, and often times a monk will make a good point in conversation, only to have it confirmed by the sound one of these little creatures.

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  1. Nalini says:

    awesome! cute little guy he is 🙂

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  7. Mani Visakan says:

    cute visitor

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  13. Meena Annamalai says:

    The lizard’s sound is considered auspicious because we say “Gowri says the same”, when the lizard clicks its tongue.

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  17. Nanthakumar Silvarajoo says:

    Miss these guys….. He seems to like the monk.

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