ANIMALS -WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM THEM?

 LESSONS FROM THEIR LIFE 

As humans, we sometimes think that we are the smartest species and ignore other living beings. We can actually learn a lot from other simple living beings. When I wanted to know what best we can learn from animals I am amazed to know the biological system that evolved in their life. 
Are you interested to know?  I would like to share with you, my own way, what I could gather from various source of web.

LESSONS FROM GEESE:
Have you ever seen how do the geese fly? By flying in a “V” formation.... The whole flock increases the flight efficiency by 71% Compared to just one bird flying alone. (The lesson to learn: Sharing the same direction and working as a team get us to the destination quicker& easier. By helping ourselves, the accomplishments are greater!)
When a goose leaves the formation she feels the resistance of the air and the difficulties of flying alone...Then, she quickly comes back to the formation to take advantage of the flock’s power in front of her. (The lesson to learn: By staying in tune and united beside those who are going in the same direction, the effort will be less. It will be easier and pleasing to reach the goals, everyone will be inclined to accept and give help)
When the leader goose gets tired of flying...she goes to the end of the “V” formation. then another goose takes the lead. (The lesson to learn: To share the leadership, there must be mutual respect between us all the time.. By sharing the hardest problems and tasks, gathering our abilities and combining our faculties, talents and resources.)
The geese flying on a “V” formation, they quack to encourage to the ones in the front In that way, they keep the same speed. (The lesson to learn : When there is courage and encouragement, the progress is greater.. A timely word of encouragement, always motivates, helps and strengthens.. It produces the best of benefits...)
When a goose gets sick, is injured and he must leave the formation... Other geese leave the formation too, and they fly with him to help him out and protect him. They remain with him until he dies or he is able to fly again. They reach their or they just make another “V” formation. (The lesson to learn : Let’s stay beside each other no matter what the differences. Specially in times of difficulty and great challenges.If we bond together and support each other.. If we make true the spirit of teamwork.. Regardless of our differences, we can rise to meet our challenge If we understand the real value of teamwork.)
If we are aware of the feeling of sharing.. Life will be easier and the passing of years more fulfilling..

LESSONS FROM BEES
Tiny bees go on about their jobs with single minded dedication and skills. Bees are team players as they work for each other. They work together in large groups; if an individual or a part of the group fails, other members make up of for it and productivity never suffers. They are highly adaptable to drastic changes in their surroundings and can get back to their jobs instantly. Bees stick to tasks assigned to them and complete them to the best of their abilities. There is a defined hierarchy; male bees mate, house bees build hives etc. Bees assume roles given to them without a grouse and fulfill them with aplomb. Every task is important to them.


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