My Dear Friend, Mr. Hummingbird
*Have Faith In Me* – A Day To Remember
I honestly had to go looking around for something to write about. So much has been going on, amazing stuff, but I still did not know what to blog about. In times like these, I desperately try to still my heart, look carefully at little details, and find something simple that leaves me in awe.
In life, it can be little things that make you stand in awe (Dictionary: a feeling of reverential respect mixed with fear or wonder) that can teach you a great lesson, you may never forget.
And I thought of hummingbirds…
a small nectar-feeding tropical American bird that is able to hover andfly backward, typically having colorful iridescent plumage. So named because of the humming sound produced by the rapidvibration of the bird’s.
These little guys are absolutely remarkable. They hum while they work. I have never heard a hummingbird complain. Have you?
How absolutely splendid to be renowned (Dictionary: known or talked about by many people; famous) for being joyful while you work. (I hope you know what I am getting at here.)
How many times have you grumbled, “I hate life,” after something difficult happened, even if it was minor? How many times have you used the same phrase when having to work to get something? How many times have you smiled or been thankful you have something to do, or you are being tested?
Hard times are a gift. They teach us things, and it is because of them that we learn life’s greatest lessons. For example, Joy and Patience.
When bad stuff happens, you can be depressed and worried, and all the other stuff that comes with it, or you can be joyful and understanding or wise. Now, feeling depressed is not a bad thing, but trying to smile no matter what, will lighten your own spirits. (Also, you will not be a pain in the butt to your best friend. Instead, she may later tell you, she looks up to you.)
Be like a humming bird, understanding that life will be difficult, but humming and working twice as hard. [:
Envision That Horizon
khushian da, yeshu de darbaar, aj din khushian da.
(To remember: God may tell you to keep a secret.)