Friday, June 4, 2010

An Eye on Me

I do not know why, but always believe that somebody are there following and keeping their eye on me. They watch my moves. They measure my steps. They count my good and bad. They come in different identities at different moments.

I felt that it was there while I was having my session with dragonfly the predator. I saw it as a male House Sparrow this time. It stayed on top of my neighbor's window and followed me all the time.

House Sparrows often form flocks with their groups or with other types of bird, and always noisy with their singing or chatting. These obviously indicated this lonely and silent sparrow was having a special and secret mission .

It never bother after I have noticed its presence. It would rather prefer to pretend as nothing was happening at all.

It continued to observe, recorded down everything it had seen and to report back to its "office". It belonged to the forth dimension that forms a part of our universe.

And "the universe is the echo of our actions and our thoughts".


Out on the prairie said...

With Native Americans they find an animal in their lives that offers wisdom but also looks over their lives.Perhaps you are meeting a life sign, or perhaps becoming at one with nature.

The Retired One said...

Great observations and thoughts.
But now I am feeling a bit paranoid. ha

wenn said...

i would feel scared if someone seems to be following me..but u r indeed brave!

Diane AZ said...

Your house sparrow is a handsome fellow. Looks a little different from house sparrows in my area. I enjoyed your story and quote at the end.

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said... a lot of pipits living under my roof.

betchai said...

the one following you wants you always to be safe and also the animals safe :)

George said...

You are going to have to be on your good behavior since someone is watching you and reporting to the office.

Harumi said...

One strange stalker you've got there Rain.. lol I've seen them in flocks too but never a solitary one.

I bet this one's a ninja on a spying mission. You better watch out for flying shurikens. =D

rainfield61 said...

rainfield61 said...
Out on the prairie:
I am glad to have learnt from you, and to know that there is this similarity between me and Native Americans.

The Retired One:
Only the Paranoid survive. LOL.

If you are scared, better then don't look back. Hehehehe...

I love this quote from Dalai Lama.

They are all watching at you. Be careful.

Thanks for the good saying. I hope it is my protector.

My parents and my teacher taught me to be good. I am growing old but still remember all these.

I wonder where this sparrow keeps the flying shurikens. But shall watch out for sure. It is a Ninja Sparrow. Wow..

Loshini said...

A secret spy with ambitions of becoming a model/ superstar :)

Icy BC said...

I like the quote at the end, agree that these birds are very noisy. Have a great weekend.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Pretty good observations.

VanillaSeven said...

What are you doing at your neighbor house rainfield :P?

Ginnymo said...

I think there is always something watching us, even when it seems we are alone. I can feel the foxes watching me from behind a bush sometimes. I can't see them but I know they are there.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Rainfield, someone has to keep an eye on you while you are out there, they are protecting you. Wonderful shots

RNSANE said...

I think think these creatures have grown fond of you but still feel you bear watching!!!

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Ratty said...

I recognized this bird as soon as I saw it. His brother watches me. This is the same type of bird that visits me every day. Maybe they relay messages to each other, talking about the two strange guys with the cameras.

CH said...

Yes, you are watched in the blogopshere.

There is 因,There is 果。

rainfield61 said...

This is another fresh perspective.
I like it.

Icy BC:
This is the wisdom of Dalai Lama.

I speak my thought, a wild and crazy thought.

I did nothing at my neighbour's house. I watched the sparrow from my house.

If you use a torch light at night, you may find so many eyes in the bush are watching at you.

Poetic Shutterbug:
I hope so. They have their mission.

It looked at me, and I looked back.
I wrote a story about this, it reported its story to higher level.

Do they SMS each other? Or video call?


Life Ramblings said...

i believe the house sparrow is not only fond of you, he's protecting you all the way.