June 12

A Thought: Observations of a Hummingbird.

A hummingbird flies very differently from other birds, who use their wings to flap or soar. A hummingbird, however, flies by moving its wings in a figure-8 type shape, allowing it to move up, down, side to side, and even backward! Hummingbirds flap their wings famously fast – enough they buzz!
Why? Hummingbirds flap their wings quickly because it helps them to hover, which lets them move from flower to flower and eat all the nectar they need! They don’t have strong legs and feet, so to have quick flapping wings allows them to do all of their moving in the air as opposed to a little bit of walking.
It’s ok if we approach life in a different way than others. God created each of us uniquely, according to our purpose. Celebrate that and make the most of God’s gifts to you!

1 Cor. 12: But one and the same Spirit produces all of these gifts, distributing them individually to each person as he wishes.”


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