Sunday, January 01, 2006

Gifts From the Birds For the New Year

Female Broad-billed hummingbird, Cynanthus latirostris.
Photo by Ralph W. Scott.
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May the owl give you wisdom
May the crow bring teachings from the invisible realm
May the jay show you strategies
May the hummingbird keep you alert and energized
May the eagle give you the strength to soar to great heights and fulfill your goals
May the hawk give you courage
May the chickadee give you laughter
May the dove bring you peace.

-- Ellie Schuster

Thanks for sending these wishes, Dawn. Thanks to Ralph and Greg for their kind permission to use this lovely image here.


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6 Peer Reviews:

Blogger Tabor said...

And may the rooster get you going on time.

7:29 AM  
Blogger ScienceWoman said...

What lovely wishes.

12:20 PM  
Blogger Gwyn said...

Lovely thoughts, to which may I add--

And the Cardinal bring you brightness and song?

2:22 PM  
Blogger Aethlos said...

WOW, what a superb site... i'm so glad i found it. Happy New Year!

5:42 PM  
Blogger GrrlScientist said...

Tabor; heh.

ScienceWoman; i agree, i am glad i shared this with my readers.

Gwyn; nice! that reminds me of the male cardinal i saw on new year's day. he was sitting under a shrub next to an apartment, eating. a small, brilliant gem hiding in the shadows.

Aethlos; thanks!


6:06 AM  
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11:58 AM  

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