Posted by secondchancetolive on July 21, 2009
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. Thank you my friend. Several years ago I wrote an article that was widely read at the time. Over the past several days I have felt impressed to revisit that article.
I will revisit that article below and add to its original content.
Isn’t it great to be alive today! Springtime is in the air. The days are lengthening and the temperature is rising. With spring, comes the rebirth of life itself. New generations of creatures will greet the morning sun. I too, find myself longing to greet the morning sun and be warmed.
As a young man, I enjoyed this time of the year. I remember finding delight as I watched each butterfly — monarch, swallow tail, whites, sulfers and skippers — hover and flutter above the cornstalks in the fields behind our home.
In the process of watching the butterflies I noticed how effortlessly their wings allowed them to move from one flower to another flower.
Please read Part 2
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and Part 5
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