09 Nov Question for a Bird
Question: Who Are You?
When I saw this bird, a question came to mind.
So I asked, “Who are you?”
“I’m a bird.”
“Is that all?”
“Sure. What else could I be?”
“What would you like to be?”
“Are you suggesting there’s something better?”
I paused to form a diplomatic response.
And the bird continued, “Each of us was put here to be what we are.”
“And being a bird comes with important responsibilities.”
“To serve Nature.”
“How do you do that?”
“By living in a way that promotes an environmentally sustainable, socially just, and emotionally fulfilling future for all.”
“Hey! That’s the purpose I put on my web site.”
“Then you too are a bird.”
So now imagine: What might happen if everyone lived like this bird?
Read my mission here: Steve’s Purpose
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Request for Help
I’m working to inspire respect for Nature. As you can tell from reading my blog posts, I do this by taking photos that I use in presentations and articles.
So here is how you can help.
First, if you know of any organization that might find value in one of my Presentations, please ask their program chair to call me. You might ask them to read this page first: Letter to Event Planners
Second, please share my articles and blog posts with others. Many contain thought-provoking life lessons. Some contain entertaining whimsy. And all contain heartfelt photos.
One of the best ways to protect our precious natural resources is to buy them. The American Bird Conservancy is one organization that excels at doing this.
Visit their web site to learn more about how they work: American Bird Conservancy
Here’s an outstanding book about bird conservation: Bird Conservation