Lessons on life and death, patience, incubating, permaculture, emotional learning, awareness, knowledge

The two hatchlings acted very differently from the get go. One was adventurous and curious. The other timid and cautious. Was the latter behaving this way because he was constitutionally weaker and it took him more than a day to be born, with spaddle legs and crooked toes? One can’t know for sure. However, there is no doubt chicks, like humans, are distinctly individual creatures. Without venturing into permaculture, DIY and attempting at homesteading, such lessons would have been missed, let alone the meditative space all such experience would create.