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Thought for the day - (Spring - New animal and plant life) Tuesday

Updated on September 6, 2016
New born puppy
New born puppy
New born kittens
New born kittens
New born owl
New born owl
Baby rabbit
Baby rabbit
Pheasant hen with her chicks
Pheasant hen with her chicks
Bottlenose dolphin with two young.
Bottlenose dolphin with two young.
Field of Rapeseed
Field of Rapeseed
Field of poppies (Just to remind us of those who won't see the new life)
Field of poppies (Just to remind us of those who won't see the new life)


After seemingly weeks of grey grim skies and ceaseless rain, finally we are experiencing some sunshine and Spring is approaching.


It’s doubly gratifying that this change in the weather coincides with, to my mind, one of the nicest times of the year when all of God’s creatures and creations are entering the world for the first time.


The fields are a riot of new crops interspersed with glorious poppies and the shrubs and trees are coming into bloom painting the landscape with their soft flowers and vibrant colours.


In the garden the birds are busily darting to and fro either nest building or feeding their new chicks. Before long whole clutches of rather fuzzy youngsters will be standing next to mum or dad, beaks open seemingly saying “me, me”. From the top of the garden struts a rather handsome cock pheasant, in his full colours, with four wives and long legged chicks darting about enjoying this whole new world.


In the narrow lanes little rabbit faces peer out from the hedges, sadly oblivious to their place in the food chain and totally clueless about motor vehicles.


A little further along the lane a huge truck is stationary as a line of pheasant chicks stroll across the road with Mrs pheasant attacking the truck windscreen to keep it away from her chicks. The driver is leaning from his cab window with a beaming smile on his face and says “I love this time of year”.


What a shame it is that it cannot be “this time of year” all the while, when we can marvel at the creation of life, we can lie on our backs in a meadow and just look at the sky watching the fluffy white clouds, perhaps making animal shapes in our minds. The world becomes timeless and still, the only sound is the rustle of leaves and the buzzing of the bees and insects and the trials and tribulations of this modern world seems to fade, just for a short while, into the background.

This life seems full of worries, problems with this and that and little time to enjoy the natural things in life. Take the opportunity and just spend these few minutes to enjoy the peace and solitude we all are deprived of.


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Try to find time to leave the daily problems behind and enjoy the beauty the good Lord gives us and remember the world as we first saw it through our child's eyes.

Do you find time to look at the beauty of the world rather than its problems ?

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© 2012 Peter Geekie

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    • Peter Geekie profile imageAUTHOR

      Peter Geekie 

      6 years ago from Sittingbourne

      Dear KoffeKlatch Gals

      Thank you for your comments, I try to write how I feel - its the only way I know how.

      Kind regards Peter

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      Susan Hazelton 

      6 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Beautiful. You have a picturesque, poetic way of writing.

    • Peter Geekie profile imageAUTHOR

      Peter Geekie 

      6 years ago from Sittingbourne

      Dear Minnetonka Twin

      You are very welcome - with all that ails the world it's nice to be able to reflect on the simple beauties of life just for a little while.

      Kind regards peter

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      Linda Rogers 

      6 years ago from Minnesota

      What a lovely thought of the day. I went to this wonderful world of spring and all it's splendor. You just gave me a big smile today with this charming

      hub on God's creation.

    • Peter Geekie profile imageAUTHOR

      Peter Geekie 

      6 years ago from Sittingbourne

      dear The Stages of ME

      I forgot to mention the smell of new mown grass just to complete the scene

      Thank you for your comment

      kind regards peter

    • Peter Geekie profile imageAUTHOR

      Peter Geekie 

      6 years ago from Sittingbourne

      dear josh

      i think we should all try going back to our childhood and lying back and watching the clouds

      kind regards peter

    • Peter Geekie profile imageAUTHOR

      Peter Geekie 

      6 years ago from Sittingbourne

      dear angela,

      i'm so pleased you enjoyed it

      kind regards peter

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      The Stages Of ME 

      6 years ago

      Very nice I too could feel myself sitting in the meadow in your hub ~ wonderful imagery~ enjoyed the read :)

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      Joshua Zerbini 

      6 years ago from Pennsylvania

      Great hub, incredible imagery! Voted up and awesome!

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      Angela Brummer 

      6 years ago from Lincoln, Nebraska

      Very beautiful. I love the feeling it gives when I read it! I will share this!

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