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Dec 30

My friend had enough. We were getting along swimmingly, then people started to gather, ohhhing and ahhhing and in a huff, he just turned and walked away.

New encounters can help you change. Be up for anything, even if it’s out of your comfort zone. This is a chance for you to improve yourself as a human being.

Perfect Liberty, 2020.30

I was going to delete the last picture, but then, it was what it was… he/she simply after being happy posing, just turned and left. Like us, birds know when they have had enough of “people”.. If ever you have occasion to see the program Nova on your telly, there is a whole segment devoted to the “bird brain”. I watched fascinated as birds worked out how to get food using “tools” or by observation and then working out how to get what they wanted. They have memories! Researchers have been able to prove, that some birds will pass on information to their offspring or others in their “group”… so that years later, when that bird is not around, other birds will have knowledge learned from that original bird’s experience.

Smile… tomorrow is the last day of year 2020. You ready?

Oyashikiri

So….. imagine… what we, you and I can learn, if we open our minds to all the possibilities that are available to us.. PL Precept #17 Grasp what is most essential.

PL Precept #18 Each moment is a turning point.

Oyashikiri

Comments on: "Dec 30" (5)

  1. We tend to discount the intelligence and personalities of animals other then humans. Glad you take time to observe them.

    The year ends with my celebration of another year on the planet. Time whizzing by!

    • I’ve come to realize that the more I learn, the less I know, yet I find contentment in sharing, when a bird, dog, cat shares with me, responds, or interacts, it is really joyful.Same applies to humans, for tho’ we speak, often the words and the meanings are not always the same. when there is a true connection.. its beautiful.

  2. That last picture finishes the tale nicely

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