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Macro Monday

“Creativity is a fragile, delicate flower, which must be cautiously cared for and protected from the harsh elements of Human Weather” Elle Nicolai

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Macro Monday

Be strong and determined my friend

Butterfly

“The wings of transformation are born of patience and struggle” Janet S. Dickens

Do you know why a butterfly is the happiest?

A butterfly says, “The caterpillar-me is history, my metamorphosis, a mystery, and today is a present. My struggle gifted me” Manali Oak

Patience is a virtue

We all know this.

My friend, if you possess this quality, you are the winner in every aspect of your life.

If you have patience, the actions which you take are based on not rashness but a proper assessment of the situation giving you the advantage.

Having patience is not an easy task but in the end, you love its fruits.

Message

“To lose patience is to lose the battle” Mahatma Gandhi

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Spiritual Insect

“The greatest prayer is the patience” Unknown

Are you aware of Spiritual Insect?

I was not aware of this term.

When I noticed this insect quietly sitting on a leaf, I was surprised by its size because I had never seen a black ant of this size.

Immediately my attention drew towards its forelegs which are too large for a black ant to possess.

Its head was a triangle in shape and now I knew that I am dealing a praying Mantis.

A quick internet search about black Mantis leads me to Odontomantis planiceps, which is otherwise known as Asian Ant Mantis.

In the juvenile stage it resembles a black ant, hence the name Ant Mantis.

It turns to green colour in its 4th stage of development.

Why Mantis are popular as a spiritual insect?

The predator waits motionless with its large forelegs folded like a hand in prayer.

The very appearance gives a feeling that the insect is in deep meditation.

Seeing this insect is said to bring good luck or bad luck depending on the culture of people.

Does Mantis Cannibalize?

Scientists estimate that Mantis cannibalize their mates 25% of the time.

Females are said to bite and eat the male’s head during mating or after mating and you will be surprised to note that the male will complete the process of mating without the head.

Scientists are unable to give us a perfect reason.

Based on Vedic Science, SYMPTOMS OF KALIYUGA includes human beings resorting to cannibalism.

Any message?

Praying Mantis never worry about a secure life with plenty of food.

It’s confident that it prayed.

“No one can pray and worry at the same time”  Max Lucado

Whereas we humans pray and worry at the same time!!

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Macro Monday

“Bugs never bug my head. They are amazing. It is the activities of humans which actually bug me all the time Munia Khan

Difference between humans and insects

“In nature, a repulsive caterpillar turns into a lovely butterfly. But with humans it is the other way around: a lovely butterfly turns into a repulsive caterpillar” Chekhov

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Macro Monday

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Whether it’s the things or the persons (we are with) that we routinely see or come across, we never care.

We take things for granted.

We give the least attention.

I don’t know the reason why we behave like this.

But we behave differently when we notice similar beauty in a different place.

“We don’t give a damn to the insects on our Earth, but if we could find even a single insect on Mars, the whole world would cherish it like crazy!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Strange are the ways of human behaviour!

“Life is full of blessings we take for granted. Yet so often we dwell on what we don’t have. Appreciate what you already have and be grateful.”
Napz Cherub Pellazo

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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

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It’s time to hit the road with my beauty

Have you seen the child’s face, when it’s is excited while playing with toys?

Excitement and enthusiasm are great to see in any child for that matter.

It’s fun always to watch small kids playing with the toys and their imagination at its peak!

I always wish to go back into my childhood and sadly that’s impossible.

Toys are children’s world and play is their language”   Garry L Landreth

Do you know the simplest toy in this world?

“The simplest toy, one which even the youngest child can operate, is called a grandparent”  Sam Levenson

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This post is part of Jude’s Life in color- White or Silver photo challenge

Rose everyday

“If you know how to make people happy with a single look, then you are a rose! If you know how to hurt people with a single touch, then you’re a thorn!” Mehmet Murat ildan

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Macro Monday

“There is an eternal love between the water drop and the leaf. When you look at them, you can see that they both shine out of happiness.” Mehmet Murat ildan

“Find a little water drop on a leaf and touch it gently. You know, you touch your existence!”
 Mehmet Murat ildan

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Pupa or Chrysalis or Cocoon?

“Understand that the hardest times in life to go through are when you are transforming from one version of yourself to another” Mysticool

PUPA

It’s a life stage of a moth or butterfly or other insects.

Any insect other than a butterfly undergoes metamorphosis into an adult, and the stage before becoming an adult is called a pupa.

CHRYSALIS

The pupa of a butterfly is called a chrysalis.

COCOON

A cocoon is a hard protective outer covering woven by the moth or butterfly to cover the pupa. It attaches the cocoon to a leaf or branch or any surface. The idea is to keep pupa safe from predators. 

BUTTERFLY

All of us must have inspiration from the butterfly’s life cycle.

My friend, every stage of the development of the butterfly teaches us beautiful lessons.

Check this link regarding the lessons an insect can teach us- INSPIRATION

“Patience doesn’t mean making a pact with the devil or denial, ignoring our emotions and aspirations. It means being wholeheartedly engaged in the process that’s unfolding, rather than ripping open a budding flower or demanding a caterpillar to hurry up and get that chrysalis stage over with.” Sharon Salzberg.

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