A Sense of Nesting

March 09, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

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Here is an image of two Cormorants at their nest with their chicks. The nest is built on the docks of the Anacores Ferry in Washington. It is only visible when you are on the ferry and provides the birds with a great protected spot. Nesting is an instinctive behavior found in birds and mammals where they look to find a safe spot to have their young. Nesting, also, occurs in humans when in around the fifth month of pregnancy the instinct to nest will begin to emerge. What nesting means for us is we need a safe spots in our life. Spots where we can go and feel secure, a sense of peace, and a sense of safety. These spots will vary from person to person, but will tend toward a home, a place where we are known, or a place where we feel we can be ourselves. No matter where we are in life, we all need A SENSE OF NESTING!


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