Are you a mother? Then watch the video! If not, scroll down and read the message about the guinea fowl trapped in the tennis court…
“I saw, from my bedroom window, a guinea-fowl trapped in the tennis court.
Up and down it frantically hurried against the wire, up and down over a limited distance looking for a way out of its prison.
I went out to open the gate and encourage it to escape that way.
The interesting thing was that as I opened the gate the guinea-fowl got such a fright, it flew right over the top of the 10ft fence!
It had the capacity to fly and escape, all the time while it was trapped.
It took a fright to set that capacity in action.
Are we sometimes like that?
We need to get out of a situation that imprisons us – lack of ambition, boredom, can’t-do-ness – and a good fright makes us rise and get on with it!
Give thanks for the frights we get in our lives!”
This was written by my mother, Margaret Kean, who recently turned 80!
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