birds in a-row…

one late afternoon i decided to go for a walk in the park. it was a clear day and summers are meant to be spent outdoors, right?!

i was enjoying the sunny day while parents or nannies or grannies and gramps chit chat as their little girls and boys ride their trainer bicycles… babies in strollers… leashed dogs run with their best friends… when i got distracted by the birds hovering above the clear blue skies…. (i suspected they were geese but don’t geese fly in Vee’s?)

 

photo 1

it was really amazing and amusing to see that when the leader bird turns, the entire line also turns.  it was as if they were stringed like beads or better description is a kite’s dancing tail without the main sail he he…..  yes, funny and nice to see…

i thought of one thing, and that is, how God makes all things beautiful.  anything from Him will definitely make one smile.. you agree??

photo 2

seeing these birds simply fly in a row, i know there is a good explanation how and why they fly that way, or only God knows why, why they almost never have mid air collision. this is not the first time i have seen flocks of birds wonderfully glide across the sky in such beautiful synchronized formation.

i wish we, as humans, can also work things out in wonderful sync among each other, maybe then we all will be able to reach our destinations, i.e. goals, without colliding with others’ egos, or hurting someone else’s pride.

have you been in a situation where there is the need to submit for the sake of unity? 

“Let us therefore make every effort to do what leads to peace and to mutual edification.” ~Romans 14:19

M.

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