Notes from a Hillside Farm; being Musings and Observations on Life, Letters, and our Most Holy Faith, by a Lawyer, Sheep- farmer, and Communicant of the Orthodox Church
I've seen sparrows do the same thing at my uncle's farm: he has stakes set for grapevines and the little sparrows sit atop the posts with their beaks open, calling for food. Their mothers fly around and drop food into their waiting mouths. I find it a beautiful testament to providence: "look at the birds of the air..." (Matthew 6:26).
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