The beautiful yellow dandelions brought warmth to her heart and tickled her little bare toes. She stood up and began twirling around with her hands reached high into the sky and her eyes closed. She could feel the sunshine on her face.
The little girl was thanking God for making such a beautiful world for her to live in. As she opened her eyes, she saw what she thought were fairies flying around her. Just as she became lost in her imagination, she stumbled and fell to the ground.
Sitting on the ground once again, her eyes focused on the fluffy little something by her foot. She touched it and it burst with fluff's being carried by the wind. It was then that she realized that there weren't any fairies.
The little girl became sad and she thought for a moment about God and his beautiful world. Suddenly she felt alone in her thoughts and decided to challenge her belief that God was real. Just then, she picked one of the fluffy little dandelions, filled her mouth with air and blew. She wished that she could just know that God was real and that He loved her.
As the little girl watched the fluff's flying into the sky above her, she felt something touch her leg. She quickly looked down and found a bunny leaping into her arms. He touched his nose to hers and it tickled. It was then the little girl's heart filled with truth. She knew in her heart that God loved her.
See, only God could know how much she loved bunnies....because she had never told anyone, not even her mommy.
~ Simply Heather
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