Jul 17

A moment in time…



Yesterday I had the deepest pleasure of sitting on a very large rock, bare foot, by a stream that flowed from a waterfall in the mountains.┬á I watched a hummingbird in it’s natural environment perched on the branch of a tree for about 3 minutes.┬á It has been said that the Hummingbird comes when we need to spend time soaking in the love of nature so we can learn how to integrate joy into our lives.┬á I can admit that this mystical encounter filled my heart with joy and great happiness. According to hummingbirdworld.com authors Larry and Terrie Gates: In many traditional cultures of the western world the hummingbird has powerful religious and spiritual significance.┬á In the high Andes of South America, for example, the hummingbird is taken to be a symbol of resurrection. This is because each hummer becomes lifeless and seems to die on cold nights, but it comes back to life again when the miraculous sunrise brings warmth.

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