A Clever Crow Taught Me A Lesson About LOA.
I have a habit of giving rice to the birds every morning. Usually my family and I eat rice and curry for dinner. I save some rice and the next morning I give it to the birds. There is a bird feeding table made of wood in my back yard near my kitchen. After I wake up in the morning, the first thing I do is put some rice on the table. Then I try to observe the bird’s behavior.
Crows, squirrels, and White Breasted Water Hens are the daily birds, sometimes parrots and Asian Koels also come to eat the rice. They love to eat rice. Among them all the crows are different. They are skilled and a good example of intelligence. Crows know the time I wake up and what time I give them rice. Sometimes I miss the time, but the crows are on schedule for their food. They realise there isn’t rice for them very soon. Then the crows flew into the avocado tree nearby and begin to ask for rice by sounding their “caw, caw” several times. They make sure to choose the right branch of the avocado tree where we can see them asking for food.
A few days earlier I didn’t have rice to give to the birds. That day I woke up and started to make my tea. Then I heard one crow calling me for rice. I ignored it and went to my room with my tea. A few minutes later I heard the crow’s sound coming close to my window. I didn’t think about it and I did my work.
Some 20 minutes or more later I realised the crow was still making it’s noise. So I thought I would cook some rice and give it to the crow. Then I went to the kitchen and started to cook rice. It took 10 minutes. The bird now came to the avocado tree again and was still calling for food. I put the cooked rice on the feeding table. The crow flew quickly to the rice, the rice was too hot, but it managed to eat it anyway.
This is my story of how the crow asked, believed and received it’s food! I know crows can feed on anything. But that crow decided what it wanted and believed about rice. Finally the crow got what it wanted. And it had the patience to wait till the rice cooked.
It’s being two months since I started to use The Secret and the results are awesome. I think keeping an unwavering faith on something is the hardest part. Also letting go is hard for me. Day by day I’m learning and nature is providing evidence for me.
Thank you Ms Rhonda Byrne for your guidance and for your website. I’ve learned a lot from reading the stories from the other members who were inspired by The Secret.
“And Jesus said unto them, because of your unbelief: for verily I say on to you, if ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible into you.”(Matthew 17:20)