Yesterday I saw a cottontail rabbit in a friend's yard. Such was his coloring that he blended in seamlessly with the brown and gray landscape. It caused me to think of the perfection of the Father's creations.
Rabbits are prey to many other animals and birds, foxes, hawks, even an eagle. They have little defense mechanisms, but the Great Creator gave them the ability to "hide in plain sight."
Sometimes I find myself questioning God's plan. Why did He take my sister and others, who were so beloved and needed by so many? I have no answers, at least none that make sense. In the afterlife, perhaps I will be privvy to His plan. In the meantime, I can only marvel at the details of His creations, His attention to even the protection of bunnies.
Joy for today: finding joy in the Father's plan.