I’m a lot of things! However, what I am not, is a Horticulturist, farmer, gardener, florist, or green thumb. I know nothing about plants, other than the fact that I absolutely love them! If you want to make me smile, happy, or are in need of a favor, buy me some roses or give me a couple of poinsettias, and I’ll see what I can do for you. Horticulture is such a unique technique, because you’ve got to ensure the soil, temperature, and watering is just right. I know I make it sound so easy, but being a Horticulturist involves so much more than just those three basics. Although my knowledge with farming is pretty much non-existent, what I do know is, you can’t mix or scatter your seeds in certain environments, particularly if the elements are harsh, because it could stop your seeds from growing. While researching agriculture, I found it so interesting that farmers rarely mix seeds, because one can stop the other from germinating.
On the other hand, planted seeds that are alike can survive and thrive with one another, because they have a shared commonality, which is “good soil.” However, in the event that mixed seeds are combined, they would require uprooting, so the good seeds wouldn’t be affected by the “bad seeds”. Immediately upon learning this, my mind begin to churn. I wondered, could the source of our problems, be due to the fact, that we often “mix” ourselves up with the wrong seeds? Sometimes, we unknowingly interact with dishonest and corrupt people, not realizing their uncleanliness has contaminated us, thus resulting in our inability to grow. Their stagnation is displeased with our growth, so they’ll do whatever they can to keep us from flourishing. Rather than stay mixed up with the wrong seeds, we must uproot ourselves and stand out, so people will be able to make a clear distinction between the two.
If you notice anything unusual in your garden, take caution, because it could be weeds guised as good seeds!
Until next time my NOTE takers!
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