It is the fruit of life for some, representing their perseverance and dedication to a craft that not all easily master. The garden is a place of home, serenity, and balance. It even works to bring us a bit closer to nature or that natural path we hope to follow in life. It truly is a place of connection and tranquility.
For others, it is the challenge that keeps on rearing its head. Gardens can be difficult, stubborn, and even downright displeasing to our self esteem. There always seems to be a new problem demanding a new solutions. It can seem like ever more time is needed, no matter how much better you become at the craft. It can simply be burdensome!
But for everyone, a garden serves as a constant reminder that life is delicate, but with enough love, will flourish and provide. Whether you love it, like it, or hate it, that garden of yours in the backyard is a testament to your work ethic in life and love. It speaks to your willingness to go forward despite the option not to. It is, by all means, an account for the life you’re growing within yourself.
Because of how important, meaningful, and symbolic a garden can be, I’d like to ask you: what’s the best part of your garden?
Is it the ornament of having a garden? The culture it provides? The nourishment? Or something else?