I have a small bird house hanging from my large live oak tree. A male and female couple built a bird nest inside the bird house. Eggs have been laid and hatched. I watch the male and female flitting back and forth to the bird house with bits of food in their mouths working non stop. I don’t hear them complaining because they have to work to feed their offspring. What a wonderful lesson they teach us: Take responsibility. Do what you are supposed to do. And, sing while you are doing it!
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