I took my grandson to a bird banding demonstration. He got to touch and hold a little wonder. “Remember now your creator in the days of your youth.” Ecclesiastes 12:1
This Sunday’s Scene.
Lord, how Thy wonders are displayed, where’er I turn my eye,
If I survey the ground I tread, or gaze upon the sky.
– Isaac Watts (Hymn: “I Sing the Mighty Power of God”)
Another Sunday Scene
I confess I do not know what this flower’s name is. Before its name becomes important you must appreciate what it is. I can’t help you smell it or touch its texture, but you can make the visual inquiry. What do you see? shape…symmetry, organization, numbers…
If I tell you its name (assuming I knew it), the tendency is to drop it and move on. Sometimes a name becomes a hindrance to examination. Once we know a name, we assume we know and cease our learning. Give it your own name based on what you observe. Expand your curiosity, The created world is a wonderful to behold, always expanding on closer examination.