Let different feathers flock togetherThe idiom, "Birds of a feather flock together." seems apt for the given picture. A single crow and one myna perched on the same surface, but both look so lonely. They are two different types of birds, so the birds fail to mingle with each other. It is a sad plight.
The image provokes to think that why dissimilar beings cannot get along nicely. Every being has something good and something rotten. One needs to accept and respect the goodness of the other one and be sweet and polished to each other. Alas! it's very different in reality. We highlight the negatives and dissimilarities first, and the gap between the two gets wider.
The day when every creature let it be humans, birds, animals and other living beings, learn to live together with each other's disparities, the world of living beings would become very cordial. Loneliness will make way for friendliness, and love will wipe away hatred. Let's hope that birds of the different feather would flock together someday, and none would be a loner.
A quote, "Two is company, four is a party, three is a crowd. One is a wanderer.", by an American cartoonist and author James Grover Thurber suits the picture so well. The crow and myna both are self-engrossed which means they are wanderers, but it would have been wonderful if they had some interest in each other that would make a company. Life without company is charmless so let all the living beings overcome differences and share togetherness among one another.
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