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The beauty of wild flowers

This picture was taken when we were about to leave the park where Samuel play most of the time in the afternoon. This flower caught my attention while walking on the sidewalk of the parking lot. The flowers look like an ordinary plants that you can see on the freeway, so I did not pay much attention to it. But since I was holding a camera then, I took a picture of it. As I zoom the lens of my camera I saw the beauty of this wild flower. I took more pictures of them and thought I could make a post about wild flowers and the beauty behind it.

In our lives sometimes we ignore things that look ordinary or normal. Like what happened to me I did not care much about this flower blooming on the sidewalk until I look at it closely. I can compare this to a person looking at the appearance of somebody. Sometimes. we look at the outside beauty of a thing or person. But look closely, look at the inside and know the beauty of each and everyone you know. Like humans, each flower and each petal is unique, Our human hands and fingerprints are individualized. We are all Gods creation and he cares for each and every one of us as individuals. This flower teaches us that we must resolve our hearts and souls to love and protect the whole of God's creation (people, animals, and the environment) as our way of thanking God for all that he has given us.

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