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The Blue Bird of Happiness

Posted on March 21, 2012 9:04 PM | Permalink | 1 Comment | Printer-Friendly View | Share This Article

Written by: keith harmon snow

Photography Credits: keith harmon snow


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Mike Corbeil | May 3, 2012 1:51 AM

I selected or used the link to continue reading and am only provided with a comment box, so I'll add the comment this way.

Several years ago, in Sherbrooke area of Quebec, Canada, a little humming bird wound up in the garage of my parents' house and didn't seem to know how to get out. I watched it a little and it kept trying to get out through a window; a dead end. So I went to it and gently grabbed hold of it. It was surprising to me, but the bird stood still in my hand and I walked outside with it to help it find freedom, which it did. Once outside, it still stood on the palm of my hand, but I made just a little movement of the hand and the bird flew off. It finally found its way out with a little [assistance].

Sometimes, we need to "lend a helping hand". And that definitely applies for fellow human beings, as well.

A little assistance can go a long way.

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