Monday, August 22, 2011

Spider Monkey Day Dream: The Grass is Greener on the Other Side.

Spider monkey pressing his face against the fenceHave you ever wanted something you couldn't have. At some point this occurs to the best of us.We all have our day dreams in which we are rich or famous. We all have our moments in which we think, if only. But don't let dreaming of what might be make you miss out on what could have been if you had lived today. Dreams can either focus our lives and give us drive, or they can destroy us in a foul mood of ill contentment. Let your dreams be a driving force for good. Don't covet what is not yours, rather find a way to become what you dream off and no fence can ever hold you back. Don't sit at the base of the fence like this spider monkey with a dumb look on your face, but get to work and hatch the plan that will allow you to get over the fence, because when you get there by yourself, rather than having it given to you, you will find the grass greener on the other side.
Photo taken at Hogle Zoo in Utah 2010.
By Joshua Kirton
Here are some more spider posts without any monkeys: Wolf Spider in Rock Canyon and Wolf Spider in the Dark

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