THE REAL CREATION IS PERFECT

[Of Special Interest to Children]

This is the true story of a baby robin that was not able to fly. He jumped bravely from the nest when it was time for him to use his wings, but instead of flying he fell to the ground. One of his legs, which had not developed like the other, was drawn up useless against his body.

He lay quietly in the grass, cocking his head to one side, the way robins do when they hear a worm. But when he tried to stand up and dig for the worm, he fell over, being unable to brace himself correctly. It appeared to be a hopeless situation, since he could not feed himself and had no way of escape from harm.

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