Now….About those Gardens…..

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Gardens can teach you so much about life and living. I am sure most of you are wondering how can a garden teach about life? and those of you who are wise already understand that it is a must to start a garden to merely confirm what you are learning about life. Now…. when I first started my garden I had a mixture of fruits and vegetables all in one closed in area and some plants brought specific types of insects and other repelled insects but I had to plant plenty of seeds and even a variety of seeds to figure out which ones would be a great fit for my gardens environment. We, as in…. humans tend to plant a variety of seeds not knowing which ones will kill the other or support the other we just throw them all into the garden and watch as they grow and then we typically move things around and even out of our gardens. Everything PLANTED and every seed sown is NOT meant to stay in your gardens if you expect your garden to flourish. One must tend to their garden and clear out weeds, and bug just as we must know when to uproot relationships and negative situations in our lives. Just like plants in our gardens that decay we must learn how to uproot and toss out decaying and diseased relationships we wouldn’t want to KEEP attracting disease causing bugs into our gardens now would we? Enjoy your Sunday and if you are in Atlanta come join us @Grant Park each and every Sunday for a Sunset Meditation Mixer…….

Peace and Blessings to you all…

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Gardens OF Life

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I was out in my garden today with my husband and as we were looking at our vegetables and fruits my husband turned to me and said, “You know we are just like those plants. You see when my plant was leaning over I went over to it and put a stick up for it to lean on and then I watered it” I looked over and I said to him that the plant is standing strong and he said, ” I gave it a shoulder to lean on and nourishing food”. I sat back and I really took it in and my husband is absolutely correct. We must feed out souls with goodness and have some good people to lean on as well. Gardening has taught me a lot about life, patience, and support on my path of growth. I know now that I need some nutrient rich soil or foundation and then some good food for my plants or soul and then lots of fresh air and nature mixed in with tons of pruning and love.

Enjoy your weekend!!!!!

Peace and Blessings to you 🙂