The hummingbird is a small bird which flaps its wings at an amazing rate causing a humming sound, and this is how it received its name of hummingbird. It can also fly at the speed of fifty-four kilometres an hour.
To take life less seriously, or even not seriously at all, and to have fun is what the hummingbird cherishes. This lesson is spread by this bird and it reminds to not take things too seriously.
As having fun is taught by the hummingbird, it also likes to teach to enjoy oneself (especially within nature). To have fun is one thing, to be able to live in enjoyment and of the surroundings is another.
Looking back at the past, the hummingbird teaches to take the joys of the occurrences from the now gone. It teaches to leave behind the bad and to keep the joys of the events that have occurred. However, the past must not be dwelled upon and moving forward is needed.