Abundance is shared by all life

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“And God blessed them, saying be fruitful and multiply, and fill the water in the seas and let fowl multiply in the earth.”
— Genesis 1:22

While taking a drive on the back roads close to my home here in Madera, I noticed a huge hawk sitting in tree in an open field watching for something to move that may become his lunch. I pulled to the side of the road to watch what the hawk would do if it saw something on the ground.

I had sat there only a short time when the hawk left the tree and glided over the open field and then dived down to the ground and came back up in the air with something in its claws that would be its lunch. It flew back to the same tree I had seen it in and started having lunch when another hawk appeared and they shared what the first one had caught.

I don’t know where the second hawk was when the first one caught the rodent. There had to have been some kind of signal for the second hawk to have known lunch was being served. I didn’t hear any sound made by the first hawk but there had to have been some kind of communication made between the two hawks. There is so much more man has to learn about nature to fully understand how all life is connected in the oneness at the time of creation...

 

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