I want to fly like a kite? Who also wants to fly? I am searching for wings To fly, If you know Where I can find them, Do let me know; I will be delighted; I want to find good wings; Strong wings; Because, I want to fly high; I don’t want to crawl On the ground anymore, I am tired of crawling! And now, I want to fly. Not like a mosquito But like an eagle; Like a kite; Why not like an aeroplane? High up in the sky. I want to fly like a kite.
Like an early bird, Flying in the sky, Early, you must start Your day; And you will see It’s a good thing to do; If you don’t go further Than on other days, It shall surprise me; In any case, There’s every indication It’s the right thing To do; Better to start early Than to start late; If you start early, Before it’s getting late, You’ve gone far And by the end of the day, You have covered much. I urge you to start early, And make it big; Make it a habit To start your day early Everyday. Like the early bird, The ripest banana Shall be yours to enjoy. That is what I encourage you to do.
Do you take time to do the things you do or you do them in a hurry? While some people take time to do whatever they do, other people never do. They are not patient. They are impatient and do things in a hurry. The following story is about doing things in a hurry. It is worth reading:
Lady Crow did not see any sense in working so hard to build a nest. “I can build a nest in a very short time. Why trouble myself?” She asked herself. So saying, she went flying about and enjoying herself; after which she collected a few straws and rapidly made her nest. It was not a solid nest.
When the time came for both birds to lay their eggs, they did; and soon began hatching them.
Shortly after, a heavy storm came and easily blew off Lady Crow’s flimsy nest, but could not blow off the strong and solid nest of Lady Sparrow. Lady Sparrow’s nest and her fledglings were safe while Lady Crow lost everything.
What lesson do we get from this? Do you know a similar story you like to share?
If you have a bird in hand, Value it, And jealously keep it; For who knows? That may be all you ever have. Never throw away what you have Until you are sure You have something better, And will never need What you already have. That is why the old and wise So wisely say, ” A bird in hand is worth Two in the bush “ Though I would say “A bird in hand is worth” Many “in the bush.”
Your chance was right in your palms;
But has slipped through your fingers;
And has flown off;
What are you going to do now?
Once you have a bird in hand,
Don’t let it fly off;
Another bird may