The Garden

The garden, a metaphor for life, is not a place for perfectionist as too much is out of our control.

The garden, a place we share with other living beings and unless we respect what they need, we will never get what we need.

The garden, where it’s not me & mine all the time.

The garden, a place where we realize we are simply a part of something greater. A place where we are here to experience, be a part of and add to, not dominate and rule.


4 thoughts on “The Garden

  1. That’s interesting. In Elizabethan literature, the garden was meant to symbolize a part of nature that man could control and shape and dominate. But in reality, Nature governs all, doesn’t it?

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