Tuesday, March 2, 2010


In the parable of the sower and the seeds, a sower scatters seeds on the road, near rocks and among weeds and thorns. Exposed to the sun, the seeds become scorched and die or among weeds become choked and die. When the seeds fall on good earth, they grow yielding thirty, sixty, and a hundredfold.

Are our hearts and minds open to what we can learn? Is our earth good, is the soil tilled? Are universal messages, inspiration, whispers, signs and signposts lost on us? Or are we ready? What fruit will we bear and what will be sown in the spring?

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