When I go outside and stand in my backyard, I have the blessing of being surrounded by a colorful variety of birds.
I see Blue Jays with their brilliant mixture of clouds and sky, and Red-bellied Woodpeckers boasting bold reds and checkerboard designs.
I see Brown Thrashers robed in rich creams and coppers, and Mockingbirds garbed in subtler shades of gray.
And I see Nuthatches with their blacks and whites woven seamlessly together in a pattern of perfection.
I look at these birds and think there are lessons to be learned, for surely God loves diversity.
13 thoughts on “The Beauty Of Diversity”
Beautiful and such a good message for today with all this violence going on. ❤️
what a lovely life lesson from you and your birds 🙂
Yes Kathy God is the God of Unity with Diversity, which is how family, church and community works. It is the very heart of God to give each creation it’s very own unique expression but only to make up an important piece in the jigsaw of community life, so that each one of His Creatures has an important contribution and is loved.
Lovely analogy, Kathy, and one more people should take to heart!
Love your post, Kathy!!! Wonderful pictures – as always – and a beautiful message. I wish there would be more people realizing it! Have a wonderful weekend!!! 🌞
And you have a wonderful weekend as well. 🙂
Yes. Thank you. Amen times a thousand.
Yes, what a great analogy.
Good point. We can learn a lot from observing nature.
Great photos! I love birds – especially blue jays. 🙂
I know Blue Jays have a bad reputation, but I can’t help but love them also!
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