What do you notice?

OK, I shall describe.

3 crows resting on signage.

They are equidistance from each other. ( wow! Corona effect! Physical distancing is a must!!)

They all turned their heads in the same direction.

There are equal-sized 3 slabs with a green coloured border and black coloured surface and appearing bright with a background yellow colour of the wall. (3 colour combinations).

What was my reaction?

I was curious as to what these crows are curious about!!

When I turned my head towards the same direction- I noticed nothing!😂😂😂

I felt odd that what the crows have noticed…I couldn’t make out.

This taught me an important lesson.

Birds are more intelligent than us, and we know nothing and sadly we never accept this truth.

“What kind of intelligence allows a bird to anticipate the arrival of a distant storm?

Or find its way to a place it has never been before, though it may be thousands of miles away?

Or precisely imitate the complex songs of hundreds of other species?

Or hide tens of thousands of seeds over hundreds of square miles and remember where it put them six months later?

(I would flunk these sorts of intelligence tests as readily as birds might fail mine.)”
Jennifer Ackerman

But we are experts in one thing…

“God loved the birds and invented the trees. Man loved the birds and invented the cages” Jacques Deval

We all love talking about freedom.

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏


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