Planting a Seed

You know? planting a seed is a lot like real life trouble.

you put in the seed, new soil, not knowing if any good will come out of it.
but you decide to have a little faith. and go ahead.

you water it every day. going out in the early cold mornings (how extreme xD)
putting in the effort and yet you struggle to see any evidence of a plant.

you’re tired you want to give up, your patience has run out and you’re resisting the urge to throw the pot off the balcony because you had enough.

but yet you choose to keep watering it. one, you’ve already put in the effort for it to go for nothing. two if it fell on someone’s head they might sue you xD

one day, you notice a little small teeny  tiny growth and you get so excited! see! your hard work is paying off, little by little. you keep on watering it and bantering it and it keeps on growing until it becomes a lovely tree.

now, taking care of a plant is not that extreme haha, but you get the point.

You’ve got to keep watering, if you want to succeed. no matter how little result you see. one day I’m sure your seed will become the tree you’ve always dreamed of (unless of course it’s a sunflower seed. then Alas! :P)

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Don’t take a no for an answer. keep on working.
hear that seed? you’re getting the shi..shizzled flowers watered out of you xD

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Kick ass.

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Help feed a hungry child 
0.50 cents to feed a kid for a day, wah 

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Download World Food Program #ShareTheMeal app: Here! ❤

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Or donate straight away to the World Food Prgram:
Life Savior donation: Here

I’m hoping one day no kid in the world would sleep hungry.
we’ve got more food than we need ❤

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P.s: Seeds photo by mee! .. bless you Apple 😛

Cheers!

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6 thoughts on “Planting a Seed

  1. I think, on reading this, it is true that gardening, the planting of seeds and nurturing them, should be part of every child’s education, whether formal or informal, or both, begun early. There is a life lesson in it so important. That includes learning the flowers and fruits from the weeds, and how to use the weeds to make compost to enrich the soil.

    “You should rather be grateful for the weeds you have in your mind, because eventually they will enrich your practice.”
    Shunryu Suzuki

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