A Matter of Os
Yesterday, while driving to a seminar, I saw a hawk swoop into some tall grass. In an instant, he was back in the air with a field mouse in his talons.
When the hawk awoke yesterday morning, he wasn’t assured of a meal but his instincts told him if he kept circling and watching, he’d at least have an opportunity.
When the field mouse awoke, he was oblivious to the fact that he’d be a hawk’s meal before the day ended, so he just went about his business.
We all wake up, prepare for the day, and walk out the door every morning. Do we do it with a sense of opportunity … or are we oblivious?