It’s easy to experience a sense of wonder when we are in nature. I am awestruck in the early evenings whenever I witness the ease and flow of 35 white Ibis as they glide information across the pale blue sky.
I wonder what it feels like to fly so high riding the thermals in the sky?
I watched in wonder the other day as an ahinga grasped a fish that looked way too big to slide down its slender neck. But after many attempts at subduing its dinner, it managed to gulp it half way down, looking as though it had swallowed a theater-sized candy bar without chewing.
To be honest, I’m finding more wonder in nature, in the wild creatures great and small, than in watching some of the humans who are causing much pain and suffering to each other and to planet Earth. But I’ve learned how to turn off the TV.
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