This monthly feature highlights 3 blog posts from the last month that exemplify the Zen nature lessons of Attention, Acceptance, and Responsibility. I encourage you to take a moment to enjoy these thoughtful posts.
Kudos to both the Field Sparrow and to Corey of 10,000 Birds for demonstrating great zen attention. What a great image in the "Field Sparrow and Prey" post!
I and the Bird is a great way to find new blogs, like finding this post in IATB #74. In the post "A Bitter-Sweet Tale of an Owl Family", Pam of Tortoise Trail follows the progress of a Great Horned Owl nest and shares a hard lesson in zen acceptance in nature.
Here's an excerpt from the "No Child Left Inside" post on the Bill of the Birds blog:
"Furthermore, if today's young people don't know and love nature, whom can we rely upon to be interested in the protection of the natural world in the future? To know something is to value it. And if you value it, you are more likely to want to protect it."
Read the rest of this important post that supports zen responsibility to nature.