The Red Admiral butterfly is one of my favorite butterflies. Since I was a child, I have loved butterflies. I love the interesting patterns in their wings. The wings’ unique patterns fascinate me.
During this pandemic year, I am having a good time trying to create a garden to attract butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. Working in my garden relaxes me and allows me to escape from the worries of the world. I can focus on the beauty of nature and watch my flowers grow.
I love the experience of watching out to see what creatures will find their way to my garden. This butterfly posed perfectly for me.
We could learn a lesson from the butterflies. They each look unique in the colors and the patterns in their wings. Do they exhibit preferences for each other depending on the pattern of their wings? Obviously not! Their goals are to exist by taking care of their essential needs to live.
Can man learn from the butterflies that color does not matter? It does not matter the color or the “pattern” of our skin.
Our goals should be to learn to take care of our essential needs to live and care for one another.
Butterfly Photos Teach Us About Life!