Sunday, May 25, 2014
The Gardener goes forth in faith to sow his seeds. He has learned that as he sows, so shall he reap; that the law works for all alike. We must accustom ourselves to the concept of the impersonalness of the law, the availability of the law, and the mechanical accuracy of the law. If we can conceive only a little good, that is as much as we can experience.—Ernest Holmes
I am the gardener of my life. I till the soil by doing mental housekeeping and cleaning out the cobwebs of my mind. I choose carefully the seeds that I plant so that I can have the results that I want. I water my plants with plenty of gratitude and kindness. I let go and I allow my garden to grow. When the time comes, I harvest my crop. Then I begin again.