List’n up!

Birds spend much of their day ‘talking.’ With chips and squawks they inform their neighbours which territory is theirs and where they intend to build their home. Chicks tell the parents when they are hungry, and the parents let the kids know when dinner is ready. Birds also know how to listen. They keep an ear out for danger for themselves and for each other. When a Caledonian crow dies, they flock to the same tree and sit around for hours without saying a ‘word,’ (which is what we do in Jewish life when someone dies, except we don’t do this in trees). Birds remind us it is important to talk to each other, but sometimes it’s best thing to say nothing at all. Birds show us how to listen.

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