How do birds do it? Who teaches them how to make nests?
How do they build nests that don't fall out of the trees?
Sure, sometimes they fall. But aren't we all amazed and saddened when we come across a nest sitting on the ground, turned upside down? Instinctively we know that nests don't belong on the ground. They belong in the trees.
How do nests withstand storms, wind, and the ravaging of squirrels? Roofs fly off, but nests remain.
Have you ever stopped to pay attention to nests?
How is your nest?
To whom or what is it connected?
Who or what will keep it from falling during the next storm?