Alia has been here in Morocco for several months now, and as many who come here experience, she has heard the sounds of animal life everywhere.
The Musical quality of the Rooster’s call is perfectly described below (great job Alia!) and what I got from the story allegorically, was that the song of the crow for the Roosters was their highest joy.
When they see anything that resembles the Sun, they call! And I found that to be an inspiring thing. It also reminds me of the Daily Call to Prayer and sometimes they both sing together in harmony as if to say “Praise be to God!”
I find myself taking time to be in gratitude of my life more and more which the Crow Call of the Rooster reminds me of; calling me to take time to be grateful.
Source – New Earth Paradigm
Moroccan roosters have a different crowing sound than American roosters. When I first moved here, this startled me somewhat, as it was quite different to the traditional “Cock-a-doodle-doo!” that I’d grown accustomed to in the States. It had never occurred to me that roosters would crow any other way.