The Bird Prayer Flags slide show
My wish is that each and everyone of us finds our place, digs in and takes responsibility for a tiny bit of habitat,
nurturing our connection to the spirit of nature.
A hopeful reminder for all to create habitat and to share our spaces with nature:
Fly the flags.
What you need to know.....
• Cost $34 for a string of nine flags.
• These flags are made of a linen-cotton blend fabric sewn with a cotton tape across the top.
• Each flag is approximately 4.25 inches wide by 6 inches high.
• The full length of nine flags is 65 inches including the extra cotton tape to string them up. Either you can tack them up in
your house where you can enjoy the view or tie them between two upright thingies outside.
• Just so you know these flags are smaller than regular Tibetan Prayer Flags.
In the spirit of Tibetan prayer flags, these “birds” will fade and fray when flying, coupled
with the natural energy of the wind, carrying messages of hope, peace and connection into the world.
These messengers of joy and goodwill dance in the wind, infused with good wishes
and charged with compassion for all of nature’s sweet generosity.
Go Outside. Be still. Just Be. Stop. Look. Listen. Be in nature.
You may be graced with the presence of a bird. You may get a brief opportunity, just enough to view its colors before it flies, to hear its song before it leaves.
Ever wonder: why is that bird here and not there? What does it eat? How does it find its way back to this place year after year? Where do birds sleep? Why are bird nests all so different? How do they live at 20 below zero? Why have so many songbirds disappeared?
Bird and butterfly migrations show us the interconnected web of life we exist in. Yes, we are totally connected to nature. I am in awe of birds’ ability to navigate, taking advantage of the winds, the stars, the good weather, working their way north. I wonder, could we go north, south or anywhere using innate navigational skills? Did the human species ever have that incredible awareness of surroundings?
What are you in awe of?
Celebrate your wonder and awe of mother nature by flying the “Messengers of Joy and Goodwill”