When nature created Bluebird, she wanted to appease the earth and the blue sky, so she gave him the color of the blue sky on his back and the color of the earth on his chest, and solemnly stipulated that the emergence of bluebird in spring means that the disputes and wars between heaven and earth are over.
Bluebird is a pioneer of peace. In him, he embodies the friendship between God and the earth. He means land; He means warmth; He means the pursuit of tenderness in spring and the avoidance of retreat in winter. When you hear the first cry of Bluebird, it must be a sunny spring morning in March; As if God’s water like tenderness found its own way of expression, so that words fall in your ears. It is so tender, so solemn, a hope mixed with a little regret.