Every morning as I walk into my school, Hope Rising Christian Academy, I see something rather strange. On the grass, surrounded by the morning dew, is a huge weaved basket filled to the brim with empty egg shells. Now, at first glance, it's really just a basket of eggshells, but the more you observe, the more you see.
Hope Rising, in addition to being a school, is a children's home. Every morning, their kids munch on OneEgg eggs, fueling them up for the day's schoolwork. Each one of those egg shells means a happy child. Each one means boosted cognitive function and ability in an academic environment. As I stand here, getting a few strange looks for staring at a basket of eggshells, I can't help but be in awe of such a simple thing. But that's just it: Love is a simple thing. It can be in the form of a hug, or a smile, or, in this case, an eggshell.
It's really a small part of our huge world, but that basket means so much more than written words could say. It's evidence of provision from a loving Father and the still small voice of our great God. It's worth it all to find this wonder.