My favorite season has arrived; a time of leaf showers, diamonds in the grass every morning and all squirrels busy hauling nuts and acorns across the yard.
Fall is a time when another great example of God's wisdom and creativity is especially shown. That would be the synchronization of separate minds working as though they were connected. I don't think this ever happens between people, no matter how close to each other they are. I'm thinking of large flocks of birds, flying, rising, falling, and turning in perfect coordination with each other. Displays such as these are miracles, I tell you. Think also of bees, ants, and geese in flying formations, and herds of large animals. Also consider the joint efforts of migrating monarch butterflies and traveling masses of insects.
I do have one instance I will share, that causes me to think there is a certain creature who can read my thoughts, although I cannot read his, and that would be a spider. In my entrepreneurial homelife I have noticed that a spider might sit in one place for quite awhile, but once I deliberately focus on him, he will start acting nervous. Then when I go for the spray or a shoe or a flyswatter, he will already be trying to get away from me. Yes, I think he knows that I want to get him. You too, can check out this information for yourself by just paying attention to the behavior of your spiders.
It seems there have been several things in my life that remained unnoticed to me until someone or certain circumstances made them obvious. Of such, the mind-reading spider is once. Start watching the little boarders and let me know what you find out.
Little Miss Muffit
Sat on her tuffit
Eating her curds and whey
Along came a spider
And sat down beside her
And frightened Miss Muffit away.