Our apartment is no king’s mansion, yet a lizard found its way inside, with no commotion.
It’s liked by almost no one, hated by many, but fazed it is not.
It abandons old skin, sometimes a tail, advancing forward, leaving all distractions behind.
We, on the other hand, often worry about trivial things.
We could learn a thing or two from a lizard, not looking back, skipping forward; seeking, finding, then doing.
“Four things on earth are small,
yet they are extremely wise:
Ants are creatures of little strength,
yet they store up their food in the summer;
hyraxes are creatures of little power,
yet they make their home in the crags;
locusts have no king,
yet they advance together in ranks;
a lizard can be caught with the hand,
yet it is found in kings’ palaces”