Learning from Pigeons

I saw two pigeons coming to my mother’s house. They made a nest on the ceiling of the garage. After a while, the female laid some eggs, and the male and female took turns keeping the eggs warm day and night. One day, I didn’t see either of them so I peeked into the nest. I found a small chick inside. I read that the male and female pigeons take turns feeding the chicks pigeon milk. They come to the nest only to feed the chicks. Eventually, when the chicks learn to fly, they go to find food by themselves. Finally, they leave the nest. I observed the whole process of raising children and was impressed with the parents’ love toward their children and the way they helped each other. We humans should learn from them.