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Jesus said, “Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today’s trouble is enough for today.”
— Matthew 6:34

The other day I was looking out my front room window and saw a couple of cute birds sitting in the tree having quite a conversation with one another. They are a flighty variety of avian, so I knew that if I wanted to get a picture of them I would have to do it quickly with my cell phone. I had no time to run get my other (better) camera.

So I whipped my cell phone out of its holster, crept up to the window, and snapped away. Cool, I thought.

I transferred the pictures to my computer and was greatly disappointed. I got the picture I wanted, but the quality was pretty bad. The figures in the tree were birds — I know, because I took the photographs — but anyone else viewing them could just as easily identify them as banana slugs, pine cones, or garden gnomes...

 

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