.At every stage of our lives we gather information, process our thoughts and gain experience.
And as each further development occurs we presume to know what we didn’t know before.
After numerous years of living, we presume to know many things. We become educated, very knowledgeable and often streetwise through our many experiences. We presume what others know or don’t know. And we presume we have all the answers.
I thought about all of this morning. About presuming to know.
And I came to the sudden realization – on the day I begin with presuming to know nothing, that will be the day that I might actually begin to know.
Yes, this most beautiful spider web, glistening with dewdrops from the early morning is being shown again.
I just couldn’t help myself. It is so gloriously compelling and natural. I keep thinking about it. It was an accident that I saw it at all. When we talk about spiders we don’t ever find anything nice to say about them. More likely creative ways to get rid of them and their cobwebs.
But mother nature in her wisdom create’s a spider’s web into a thing of beauty. So once again I’m presenting, for all to see, the original art work of a spider and mother nature – close up and personal!
Also today in closing here I would like to extend a very warm and special thank you to all of those who came, liked and commented on Jack’s first post. He is very happy. I am very appreciative. There will be more Jack and Emma Posts in the near future, please watch for them. Thanks again, have a wonderful day.