Macro Monday

Everything that the spider needs to make a spider-web is not found in the housefly it’s right there in the spider! Whatever you need to make an impact is in you! Discover yourself and make a difference! Israelmore Ayivor

The above image is that of an Orb-weaver spider.

Just look at its majestic pose.

What about the design of the web?

The moment you see a spider, feel like crushing it. Because you are scared.

“The spider crawls eight legs and furry: Better get out in a hurry!” Rusty Fischer

Why you should not kill a spider?

Because spiders eat disease-causing pests like mosquitoes, roaches, flies and clothes.

Believe me, if I say, they are the best home pest controllers.

You are indebted lifelong to these eight-legged wonders!!

Humans have already caused enough damage to Mother Nature and the present Corona Virus pandemic giving the warning bell!

Have a ‘Live & let live’ motto and share your home with these great creatures.

“If you want to live and thrive, let the spider run alive.” Spanish proverb

Spider is a magnificent creature and an Engineering marvel and millimetre perfect!

Spiderwebs are always amazing.

5 Life’s Lessons to be learnt from the spider

1.Patience is a bitter plant, but its fruit is a sweet Chinese proverb.

It takes about a minimum of an hour to spin its web which easily gets disrupted repeatedly and you must know that spiders are not disappointed and rebuild their web every day and wait for the catch patiently.

Spiders tell humans to work daily with responsibility and to have patience. Rome is not built in a day and rewards are astonishing. We must have faith in our work.

2.Life is fragile. We’re not guaranteed a tomorrow so give it everything you’ve gotTim Cook

Spiders web looks delicate but scientifically it is stronger than steel. Similarly, our life is fragile and just like a spider makes its best effort to build a web and wait for the catch we must make our best efforts to lead a better life.

Let us remember that we are stronger than we think.

3. Always expect the worst, and you will never be disappointed   Peter Wastholm

Any number of times, you destroy the web, never spider complains, instead patiently rebuilds its web, spider already knew its home is temporary and prepared to rebuild the damaged web.

So if you are mentally prepared for the worst you are sure to rebuild your career. Perseverance matters.

4.Creativity –“The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt”   Sylvia Plath.

The creativity of the spider, in the web formation, is unique and the spider never goes into self-doubt. Humans should adapt to creativity. There should be constant creativity of the soul. Never doubt your abilities.

5.Don’t wait for the perfect time to start making changes to your life. The time is now   Chris Gardner
The spider never looks for a perfect site or day and it knows where the food is available and quickly starts building the web.

Don’t wait for the perfect day or perfect time. There is no such thing.

Get started today, try to reach the goals, whatever you are planning.

Take-home point

“Each of us is a unique strand in the intricate web of life and here to make a difference” Deepak Chopra

Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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