Daily Hoppiness: October 9, 2017, Noticing the Life Around You

Daily Hoppiness: Noticing the Life Around You

 bunny looking at flower growing in sidewalk

There is a certain Happiness found in taking a keen interest in the inner workings of the things around you.

What Scout has learned is that there are many, many little miracles happening around a bunny at any given point in time, if only one takes a moment to notice.
It is important to notice all of these little wonders, for truly life itself is a miracle.

That somehow a plant is able to take energy from the sun and use it to sustain a life even in a place as unlikely as the sidewalk, this is a creativity unrivaled by man or bunny alone.

If one is not able to honor the splendor in these details, one is missing the meaning of life entirely.

Have you stopped to marvel at the creative power within the natural systems around you?

Carrots Illustration

Perhaps Hoppiness Is Found in Looking More Closely at the Life that Surrounds You.

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The Daily Hoppiness portion of our blog is compiled by Bunny Scout 5078361. Bunny Scout 5078361 has a Masters Degree in Bunny Literature as well as a PhD in both Bunny Philosophy and Bunny Happiness. She has also been a scout for Amanda and Eliza in Connecticut and Writes for TheHoppingtonPost.
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  • Sue Posted October 10, 2017 7:03 pm

    I do this often because the natural world is endlessly beautiful to me. Finding joy in the little things in life ☀️

    • Scout, Bunny Posted October 10, 2017 10:31 pm

      Indeed! And it’s as easy as taking the dog for a hop! 🙂

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