8 lessons you can learn from birds
It’s no wonder we humans can learn a lot from animals. So, in this post, I will share some of the great lessons you can learn from birds.
1. Never give up
The life of a bird is never easy. It has to fight with the intruder. It has to protect its babies. It has to struggle to find food for itself and her young ones.
Despite these problems in a bird’s life, it never gives up and continues to do its daily task that includes growing its young ones, finding food, and fighting the uninvited guests.
You also face many problems in life, but you have to keep going because the entire struggle makes you a strong person.
The results for any work takes time, you have to keep faith in your work – enjoy it, improve it, and don’t overthink much about the results.
A bird struggles its entire life – and it gets its results.
A bird knows that not every day is the same, but our attitude should be positive (#AD), and we should be ready to face any challenge every day.
The same is true for us.
Whether we’re living a better life – we should always be ready to face any challenge in life because time can change at the very moment.
Your struggle makes you a tough and strong person who could break any problem.
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A bird enjoys freedom; it’s free from any obligation, especially from the mental obligation.
The bird is always free to spread its wings in the great blue sky and travel the whole world.
We, humans, are free as well, but most of the time, we litter our mind with others’ opinions that steals our mental freedom, and we think that our life has ended.
But that’s not true, man, you were free, and you’ll always be free. You have to replace your negative thoughts with positive ones to see the magic.
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4. Mind your own business
A bird rarely interferes with other birds’ life. It takes its life seriously and minds its own business.
You have to do the same.
Mind your own business, don’t interfere in others’ matters, and don’t let others interfere in your matters.
You have a family; you’ve children – spend your time with them.
You have to focus on self-improvement.
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Birds are very conscious when it comes to security, whether it’s their security or the security of their young ones.
They never compromise with their security. What can humans learn? How can we implement it in our life and make it more secure?
Our life is less affected by natural process and more affected by other humans. So, what are the lessons?
You have to be careful about your secrets – to which you share it. Don’t believe too much in others and share everything with them.
They may use you secretes against you as a weapon. So, be careful.
The next mistake parents do – is they don’t listen to their child’s talk, which is not a good practice.
Every parent must listen to what their child says; ignoring their words may cause a big problem later in life.
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6. Seek opportunity
Most people give up when they got no opportunity to move forward in life. You have to learn from an Eagle who never gives up.
When an Eagle loses its prey (which was an opportunity), it never thinks to give up.
It searches for new opportunities that are its prey.
You have to do the same. You have to look for a new opportunity every time you miss one.
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7. Taking care of loved ones
Birds never compromise with their young one’s life. They always love, care, and feed them.
We, humans, do the same, no doubt.
But in some families, parents trust outsiders more that they even neglect their children’s problem.
I would advise such parents – not to make this mistake because if you’re not paying attention to their words now – then they won’t be sharing big problems with you in the future.
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Birds are very punctual, and they follow the principle of early to bed and early to rise.
We can learn punctuality from birds, and they rise early and go to work (which is searching for food for family or twigs for their nest).
We have to follow the same principle, and we should finish our work before deadlines.
We should avoid working at night – instead, we should rise early to finish our important work.
Okay, so these were the best lessons we should learn from birds. Thanks for reading.