Garden of Life!

I hope you have all had a wonderful Easter Break.

May I just thank all who are my regular readers here for all of your wonderful contributions to comments I appreciate you all. Also may I say welcome to all new followers  which have been many who have joined this year. I hope you enjoy browsing and reading.

Over the Easter weekend, we have spent many hours in our garden, planting seeds and weeding out.. So time for writing a new post has been limited.. So looking for inspiration I looked through my WP archives and came upon this aptly named post. Which I will re-schedule and post again .. Enjoy..

 

 Today I was reminded once again about Seeds, as I was updating and deleting many of my  Old Word Documents today I came across this piece I wrote back in 2007. And as nothing is ever by Chance!  It was part of a post I did on a forum. It didn’t have a title and I can’t even remember if I posted it .. But I will give it a title today..

Scattered Seeds of Thought.

Are we not all seeds? Have we not all been scattered?

Some may have fallen upon what is termed ‘the good earth’.

Whereby some may feel they have had all the benefits of a rich material upbringing.

Some seeds scattered may have felt they missed the ploughed furrow, the less fortunate circumstances,  but have still had a good foundation in which to grow.

And others have fallen upon the rocky edges where they have struggled to extend their roots to draw upon the nourishment and courage to grow, and have shriveled in their insecurities.

While others get entangled within the weeds, as they flounder, seeking to find themselves but being overshadowed by others until the wheat is no longer recognizable.

We may feel that it is the farmer’s hand of fate which determines where we shall fall?

But does not every seed have within it the same potential of growth?

Does not each seed no matter upon which ground it falls extends its roots downward searching for that nourishment which to feed from?

Does it still not lift its head and bend searching for the light?

Each of us has that potential to grow to bloom no matter what path we find ourselves upon.

I have witnessed many beautiful flowers that have fallen into crevices upon my concrete pathway, which I have marveled that they have taken root and bloomed.

And I have often wondered at the strength of the weed, as I have seen the dandelions push there way through solid tarmac growing healthily and strong.

And I have planted many a good plant in good fertile earth, fed and fussed over it, only to have it wilt and die

We have many fertile fields awaiting us. And that there are millions of different seeds we can sow.

But we must bring to our attention to the seed within, the strength we need to find starts within that centre of our Being.

To unfold ourselves to the warmth of the sun

We need to reach forever upward to allow ourselves to absorb that life giving

‘Light’.

It is only ourselves that give us Labels. It is only ourselves who determines what is a weed and what is a flower..

Within Our Earth Mothers Garden we are all equal in beauty all of us grow from the same beginnings.. We each of us start life as  a seed..

The Harvest of Life is  soon about to show us 

What we Sow, so shall we Reap..

May we Keep Planting LOVE, HARMONY and PEACE. 

© Sue Dreamwalker – 2012 -2017All rights reserved.

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  1. Visionkeeper
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 18:35:24

    Love it DW !!!! Excellent. Lots of seeds being tossed about right now. It will be truly amazing to see what the final garden ends up producing for us to harvest. I hope most are good seeds and the blossoms and fruits serve us well. Such an amazing time to be here, everyday I marvel at what is taking place, so thankful I was chosen to witness it all unfold. Thanks DW….Stay in the light…VK 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Feb 06, 2012 @ 18:40:01

      Yes exciting times VK.. and I think we volunteered 🙂 to come back and sow a few seeds.. and it seems some are at last taking root 😉 .. Many thanks also Fellow ~Light-Worker xx

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  2. natswans
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 18:42:15

    The garden of Life beautiful words Dreamwalker and so very true., I enjoyed this one. So glad that you decided to re post this one. Go easy tonight if venturing out and I hope you have a good week ahead. Hugs Sheila xx

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  3. becca givens
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 18:49:10

    Happy Sunday … what an inspirational and timely message today … love when synchronicity reminds us of the importance of our connections … and the messages (or reminders) which evolve!! xoxoxo Thank you!

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  4. Deb
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 18:51:43

    This is a wonderful post, Sue, and could not be more true.
    Thank you for sharing this with me.
    Hugs, xx

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  5. AngelaMarie
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 19:19:37

    Good morning! Beautiful post. It reminds me of this hymn:

    “Seed, scattered and sown,
    wheat, gathered and grown,
    bread, broken and shared as one,
    the living Bread of God.
    Vine, fruit of the land,
    wine, work of our hands,
    one cup that is shared by all,
    the living Cup, the living Bread of God.”

    And that reminds me of the life cycle… beauty in the process of life and death… how what is sown is reaped… and transformed. How it is in the reaping of the harvest, and not a single plant, that produces grain to make living Bread from the gifts of our lives… how we are both the seed and the farmer… 😉 Thank you.

    Smiles & peace to you on this beautiful day. (p.s. I love the dandelion!!)

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Feb 06, 2012 @ 18:50:59

      What a beautiful Hymn and it fits beautifully with the post Angela.. Yes I love Dandelions and I happen to drink Dandelion tea as well as loads of Nettle Tea.. Those weeds are wonderful Healing herbs.. And the Garden of Life is full of all our individual gifts. Just as each Season brings its own gifts to the cycle of the year.. We too go through our own Seasons in Life. Many thanks for stopping by to add your own gift 🙂 xxx

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      • AngelaMarie
        Feb 06, 2012 @ 23:41:26

        I too, drink dandelion tea. I have not tried nettle tea, but I have learned about nettle’s many health benefits in reading up on the wisdom of natural remedies compiled by Hildegard of Bingen (an extraordinary visionary of 11th Century Germany.) The healing gifts God has given us in nature are amazing! So-called “weeds” are not to be discredited! 🙂

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Feb 07, 2012 @ 15:10:28

          There are many so called ‘Weeds’ Angela, which have tremendous healing properties, But the Pharmaceutical Industry would sooner we swallow chemicals which create side effects so we can then swallow more Chemicals to combat the side-effects… a win-win situation for them . And that is an area our eyes need to be prised open to as we fit the pieces together .. As we look beneath the layers of control..
          If we could all grow our own remedies and use the Weeds Alleviate pain, and combat various illnesses, and collect them from our gardens.. That would put those Big Corporations out of business now wouldn’t it… so you have to ask yourself why some Chemicals are legal that can lead to so many complications and give us so many side illnesses to our Health, and some of our most natural substances on earth are illegal?? 😉

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  6. Raven of Leyla
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 19:50:34

    I look forward to it…the harvest, but I have enjoyed each moment from beginning to now. You make me smile with butterflies surrounding me.
    Rx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Feb 06, 2012 @ 19:04:35

      Aho. Raven, this is because you understand Raven, deep down you too understand about harvest time.. and Keep smiling my friend, for not one moment of your life was wasted.. For it was all preparing for NOW.. 🙂 xx Hugs my special sister..

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  7. giselzitrone
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 21:49:18

    Grüsse dich ganz lieb und ich wünsche dir einen schönen Wochenstart Es gibt doch kein Unkraut ist alles auf Gottes Erde und erfüllt seinen zweck.http://zitroneblog.wordpress.com

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Feb 06, 2012 @ 19:08:29

      Guten Abend Gislinde. Sie haben ja so recht. Es gibt kein Unkraut in Gottes Garten. Es wird nur Manking wer macht die Wahl zu sagen, was Unkraut und was ist eine Blume ..
      Wir sind uns alle Blumen im Garten Gottes .. Alle perfekt. .
      Vielen Dank für das Hinzufügen von Gislinde Ihre Meinung zu meinem Freund xx

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  8. Angelwings6
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 22:45:05

    That’s very true Sue, we were all once seeds…

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  9. beautifulchaos2
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 23:38:19

    I love that poem Sue, wow I have missed coming over to read your beautiful and inspirational posts! I believe that line what we sow we will reap.
    Thanks for your wonderful comment Sue, yes I remember too on msn spaces at one time there seemed to be a plague of crazies!!! lol. I know eventually most disappeared. I have always tried to keep away from any negative behavior on the net, I come to relax, to do art, to comment with a few good people who I enjoy having as friends here, so hopefully I’ve seen the end of that crazy woman for good now.
    Hope you’ve had a great weekend.

    ”*°•~ Nikki•°*”˜.•

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Feb 06, 2012 @ 19:15:44

      Nikki, so nice to see you again. 🙂 Yes Life is a mixed bag of both Positive and Negative.. Many get their Kicks out of making others unhappy.. Sad that they do not see what damage they then do to themselves… Your art and creations are wonderful and Many thanks Nikki for this Gift.. HUGS BACK. xx

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  10. suemacarthur
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 03:42:39

    Well said Sue
    Take care
    Sue

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  11. Vampire Weather
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 05:00:34

    Beautiful thoughts, Sue. I grew up to many hymns and there are so many truths in them, but we can be happy singing almost any of them with a right spirit

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  12. cat.
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 06:05:42

    Weeds, Wild oats, Flowers, even Wallflowers 🙂 … all competing for space, because they want to live. Lots of food for thought, Sue. Thank you. Love you, cat.

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  13. Sabina Brave
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 09:20:23

    I believe in this: “What we sow, we shall reap”. That’s why, we should care of what kind of energy we are spreading.
    Love, and peace. And hugs. 🙂
    xx

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  14. prenin
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 09:35:32

    But how many seeds have the capacity to move to more fertile ground?

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Feb 06, 2012 @ 20:08:21

      It is the desire to grow my friend… I have seen many seeds spring forth into very good flowers with little furtile soil Prenin.. in fact some hardly have had any soil… as they fall between the cracks in the pavements….
      So too in life there are those who are willing to change their thought patterns, and habbits of a life time.. As they see there is another Way.. in fact there is only one way and that is to love… Love not only another, but to love life, Nature and realise that we are part of everything and everything is part of ourselves.. and together we are complete..

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  15. Rosemary Monteith
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 11:10:41

    Wise words Sue, good simile to use in 2012 as our Spiritual side grows, and changes are speeding up.

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  16. zendictive
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 12:33:53

    I have witnessed many beautiful flowers that have fallen into crevices upon my concrete pathway, which I have marvelled that they have taken root and bloomed.

    adversity… some naturally have a harder time than others and some how it makes them stronger… but as you stated we all reach for the light… lovely post (~_~)

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Feb 06, 2012 @ 20:12:59

      Very True, ~Art as I just stated in answer to Prenins question ” How many seeds are prepared to move to more furtile ground”? .. It depends on their will power to grow within that which they find themselves and reach ever upwards.. 🙂 xxx Thank you for adding your own Wisdom My Zen Friend xx

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  17. Androgoth
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 22:59:47

    it is nice to post older postings sometimes Sue as not everyone will have seen them, this offering is very nice my great friend… I hope that your weekend was a very nice and sweetly pleasant one Sue 🙂 😉

    Have a very nice Tuesday now and be good 🙂

    Androgoth XXx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Feb 07, 2012 @ 15:00:17

      Thank you Androgoth, Thanks for dropping in, I think this post I posted on a different Forum, But I may have posted somewhere on here in 2007, I have a job remembering what I did yesterday 🙂 never mind 5 yrs ago.. Take care and I believe i have some catching up to do.. 🙂

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  18. Jo Bryant
    Feb 07, 2012 @ 08:26:36

    this is a wonderful piece – and like you I don’t believe it to be coincidence that you found it now

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  19. Doris
    Feb 07, 2012 @ 12:58:53

    Have a great week dear friend… hugs

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  20. granbee
    Feb 07, 2012 @ 19:16:31

    Sue, this is my very favorite part of this awesomely wonderfully and encouraging post:
    “It is only ourselves that give us Labels. It is only ourselves who determines what is a weed and what is a flower.” And how many times has a breattakingly beautiful wildflower been called a weed! Bloom where you are planted, I have been told–and I appreciate this excellent advice. Also, the point at which you inserted the world “Light” was just perfect. We all need more and more light from above and from each other!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Feb 07, 2012 @ 20:14:50

      Granbee, thank you, Yes we are all of us Light Beings.. and all of us have the potential to Bloom… We all of us seek that ‘Light’ as we aspire to grow in wisdom and in years.. It matters not from which background we fall, for we can all use the tools given… And even those thistles which may prickle and thorns that bring blood are all planted within the Garden of Life. Beside every Nettle we find a Dock leaf.. ALL is perfect if we would not search for the imperfections.. xx Hugs xx

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  21. Renee Espriu
    Feb 08, 2012 @ 00:56:38

    Beautiful Sue and one of my favorite words from the ‘good book’. Your references here are wonderfully said.

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  22. Unsungpoet
    Feb 08, 2012 @ 05:40:50

    What a lovely metaphor for nature’s raw forces and the strength of spirit!

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  23. giselzitrone
    Feb 08, 2012 @ 09:47:46

    Einen schönen Tag wünsche ich dir liebe Dreamalker s Unser Garten des Lebens sind unsere Träume und nur wer guten Samen gepflanzt hat kann auch guten Samen ernten.Hab noch einen guten Tag Grüsse dich Herzlich von mir Gislinde. http://zitroneblog.wordpress.com

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Feb 08, 2012 @ 12:02:49

      Gislinde, vielen Dank, ja wir uns alle Möglichkeiten haben, können wir noch nicht entschieden, wo wir gepflanzt haben <oder dann vielleicht taten wir? … Aber wir können entscheiden, wie wir wachsen .. Vielen Dank für das Hinzufügen von ihren Kommentar hier Gislinde mein Freund xx Umarmungen und haben ein gutes Wochenende xx Sue

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  24. Poetically Undone
    Feb 08, 2012 @ 16:15:51

    Hey..this reminds me the Parable of the Sower at Matthew 13. What a lovely choice of words you put up there. Very reflecting…

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  25. thespiritkeeper
    Apr 18, 2017 @ 21:33:13

    Awww! The garden which is blank and all people planting their seeds everyday and hence we don’t know what kind of garden we shall reap. Humanity is basically good and misguided at times that is why there are people on this earth planting seeds of confidence patiently, silently to tip the status quo in a flavor of light. Happy gardening and let us remember each seed planted is the product you will receive at the other end. Be well.

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  26. Heartafire
    Apr 18, 2017 @ 22:11:48

    Oh so lovely dear Sue. It is us who label weed or flower…such a gem! ❤

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  27. Lorna
    Apr 18, 2017 @ 22:17:45

    This is beautiful, Sue. Thank you.

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  28. From the Desk of MarDrag
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 00:09:06

    Beautiful and brilliant and inspiring!! What a lovely post and reminder of the Power we carry within, like the seed, to burst forth and create. Blessings and Love to you!

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  29. nonsmokingladybug
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 00:29:32

    We all have the potential to grow into beautiful flowers, sadly, some of us turn into weeds and don’t have much purpose.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 19, 2017 @ 12:56:26

      Arrgh but then even weeds have purpose or why else would they grow? 😉 And without those who fail, how would we know we have succeeded… 🙂 You see, we have to have one to know the other.. Lovely to see you Bridget.. 🙂 Hope your Easter was a lovely one.. 💕

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  30. belasbrightideas
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 02:04:29

    I like your seed analogies 😉 And yes, we all have the potential to grow in whatever soil we have been planted. I’ve seen ferns sprouting out of recently cooled lava; trees rooting within cracks in huge granite boulders. We can all amend our soil, feeding ourselves needed nutrients in the way of ingesting words and concepts that counter a rough beginning. Though let’s not kid ourselves, it’s hard to imagine how some rise from the most dire of circumstances. Indeed, all is possible, though one wonders sometimes at the justice of it all. Still, compassion latches on like roots and spreads with our innate understanding of life’s most rigorous challenges. Who knows which of these seeds will rise to carry forth solutions in tomorrow’s world? Aloha, dear Sue ❤

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  31. TamrahJo
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 06:09:53

    While I abhor the liberal use of ‘labels’ without careful study – I willy-nilly label meself and the world around me, just to give it beginning context until I learn better/more – – LOL – I’m seriously, all excited about taking a whole bunch of seeds – flower, herb, vegetable, multi-use – for the time of season/temp – and scattering to see what takes root and what does not – – seriously hoping, my Grande Experiment doesn’t land me aeons in front of the Judgement Hall, answering for my sins of ‘scattering seeds, in my scattered way, with not thought to their pain of rotting in the ground….” – – 🙂 Wonderful post and thanks – been feeling very scattered, this spring – so if nothing else,, just projecting me own world onto the plant world – but I have faith in them and Mother Nature – 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 19, 2017 @ 12:37:18

      I am sure TamarhJo your Grande Experiment will be a huge success… 🙂 It dare not fail… 😆🤣
      Many thanks for your lovely comment… When we work with Mother Nature, she works with us.. Happy Gardening..
      🌸🌷🌼🥕🍄

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  32. michnavs
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 07:54:50

    labels can be very annoying this days…..and your poem is just a beautiful reminder that whatever we are or whoever we are ..we are created unique and the best versions of us..beautiful and inspiring as always Sue..

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  33. Erika Kind
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 08:34:39

    We need to be in awareness that we are leaving seeds each moment. So we should be clear what seeds and where we sow them. We will receive the fruits one day!

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  34. New Bloggy Cat
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 09:40:57

    I’m weed you on this, Sue. LOL! So beautifully said and inspiring as always. Love and hugs, 😻💕🌱

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  35. Soul Gifts
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 13:13:26

    Someone, somewhere once said there are no such things as weeds 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 19, 2017 @ 16:32:01

      I agree… Its only We who clear them who give them their names.. I pull up some beautiful little flowers bindweed, for one.. Knowing though they do prosper in a wild patch I leave with nettles too.. Especially for one species of butterfly who lay eggs on nettles. Many thanks Raili.. 🙂

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  36. peggyjoan42
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 14:14:56

    Very nice post Sue – loved reading this and I agree that we can change our circumstances and become a better and happier person. This was a parable by Jesus in the Bible and a good way to compare the story of sowing seed. xoxo

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  37. Eddie Two Hawks
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 15:21:37

    A beautiful post filled with love and fulfillment. blessings dear heart, Eddie

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  38. -Eugenia
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 17:02:11

    This is lovely, Sue. Our thoughts are seeds willing to grow.

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  39. charliezero1.wordpress.com
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 18:56:06

    We as seeds grow to reach the impossible.
    Whatever hardships or insecurities come our way –
    we must not let those negative energies come in the way of our growth to the universe.

    Sue, this writing of yours is pure blessing and so filled with warmth. Beautiful. 🙂

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  40. robbiesinspiration
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 19:23:20

    This is a really beautiful post, Sue. It has so much truth in it. Some of us have much easier starts to our lives than others but all of us have an opportunity to grow into something beautiful.

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  41. Lynz Real Cooking
    Apr 19, 2017 @ 20:20:31

    Have fun planting dear Sue! You always write with meaning and power xxx

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  42. stephensmustang1
    Apr 20, 2017 @ 01:48:31

    Yes, seeds planted but which we must nurture 😉
    Love and hugs, my friend.

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  43. dgkaye
    Apr 20, 2017 @ 04:03:39

    Sue, I really loved this post, so glad you salvaged it from the archives. We truly are all seeds scattered around the earth. It would be beautiful if we all bloomed to lovely flowers and spread more seeds to overpower the stubborn weeds. And gratefully the beautiful flowers will dominate. 🙂 Hugs my friend. xoxo ❤

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  44. Sageleaf
    Apr 20, 2017 @ 13:20:04

    Lovely Sue! What a beautiful poem. It goes along with an interesting theme that’s been popping up the last couple of days: that which we focus on is what “grows” – where our thoughts are, and what we do with them…
    I have a good friend who did a blog post about learning not to complain…and saw an article about a scientist who nurtured four slices of apple – to one she said happy things, to another mean things, to another she complained and to another she ignored – the “happy slice” looked like yummy dried fruit after 30 days and the others wilted and molded. Thoughts are energy.
    And if we focus on growth, we can do brilliant things. I tried something in meditation this morning: I focused on making a living doing what I love and selling just enough books, for example, to meet my needs and connecting with folks to inspire them to a more loving, compassionate life. I didn’t do this for the whole hour, but perhaps like 20 minutes. Then I went back to focusing just on breathing.
    I’m intrigued at where that might go, but I also did something else: I held a quartz crystal for the first time. Just trying little things to see what happens. 🙂
    But your poem made me think of this, for truly, we reap what we sow. It echoes what seems to be a repeating pattern this week. And I’m encouraged every day: every day, still, for months, I see repeating 3’s – at least several times per day. I interpret this as my sign to keep going, doing what I’m doing.
    And then I see your beautiful posts and wonderful words and I’m bathed in hope and love and light.
    Thank you, sweet Sue! ❤

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  45. IreneDesign2011
    Apr 20, 2017 @ 18:37:11

    Really a beautiful post Sue, thank you for posting this here 🙂
    This is really food for thought and you are so right.
    Is there any special reason for your change, so we can’t share your beautiful articles and thoughts any longer? This might give you new readers too.
    Much love ❤

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  46. Val Boyko
    Apr 22, 2017 @ 03:33:04

    What a wonderfully rich metaphor Sue. Thank you for sharing again, and planting more seed of love and peace. 💕

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  47. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder
    Apr 23, 2017 @ 21:36:00

    The analogy of seeds is a meaningful one. We really do scatter like seeds and like every seed, each one of us has the potential to grow up to be a fine tree. Just the opportunity differs. I loved your words on labelling ourselves, perfectly said.

    Glad you shared this old post… ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 26, 2017 @ 11:15:31

      We do indeed Mani.. May we all grow stronger and brighter, learning to care for our Earth Mother.. And I know we will both of us keep on scattering our seeds of love, peace and Harmony around our corners of the globe also my good friend.. Have a beautiful week. and I so thank you for your wonderful catch up 🙂 So lovely to see your smiles on my posts 🙂

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  48. macalder02
    Apr 26, 2017 @ 16:57:54

    Owe in our thoughts that illusion of reaping something positive to live life. As always, your sensitivity snatches. The best of your writing. To continue to dream of finding happiness in words like yours.

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  49. Brenda Davis Harsham
    Apr 26, 2017 @ 17:22:15

    I have columbine growing in the split of my porch stairs. It keeps coming back, no matter how often I yank it out. I love that things reseed, even in the most unlikely places.

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