Birds swoop into my bird feeder as if it hosts a fantastic buffet. Every so often, a large hawk swoops in and picks up an unsuspecting dove walking out from the protection of the trees. In nature, there are consequences for actions. The same is true for humans. What we eat has consequences for our health. How we treat others has consequences for how others will treat us. Just like the birds flying in and out of my bird feeder, we have consequences for all our actions.
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