I was sitting at a stop light on a very busy street, when a movement along the road caught my eye. There was a small, brown bunny hopping from one patch of clover grass to another, without any concern for the traffic. Bunny was on the outside boulevard between the main road and a service road. The boulevard had to be about four feet wide. When it needed a rest, it hopped over to a bush and lay down, stretched out, and dozed.
Since I had to sit through two lights, I had time to observe Bunny. After a short doze, maybe three minutes, she hopped up, and went back to grazing. Her habits seemed to be:
- ignore the traffic noise
- find the best food – new clover and new grass
- get plenty of rest
- understand where my boundaries are
I thought about what people could learn from Bunny’s habits.
-ignore what you can’t change
-eat what is healthy and good for you
-rest when you are tired or when your body sends signals for you to rest
-look at what boundaries keep you locked in to a repetitive routine
Have a “hoppy” day!
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