Gardens produce New Life..

This year has been a great opportunity for everybody to reevaluate their way of life. A significant amount of Americans and others worldwide were forced out of their job while others simply lost their job due to businesses closing. With tighter budgets and more time at home, this pandemic has encouraged many to plant home gardens.

Gardens allow individuals to cultivate food in their OWN way, whether they use a green-house, patio, or the original style on the ground there are several options including raised beds and tower gardens. One can grow their own bonsai fruit trees for future harvest while planting seeds in the ground, pots and starter pods. It is a great form of learning growth and the development of life from bonding with nature and the natural process of yielding food from the plants

Many agree starting at a young age, children should be taught in school the basics of nurturing a plant for potential growth, more kids this generation need to have the experience of learning from the soil and how essential it is for farming our future flora.
Plantlife is vital to our survival as it produces the life-force energy that surrounds us all everywhere across this planET earth. The oxygen released through photosynthesis is naturally-thriving energy that helps our atmospheric pressure maintain somewhat of a balance for the majority of our daily lives as human beings interacting with the forces of nature through our endless endeavors of innovations and revolutions.
Gardening usually activates the creativity within the mind of the gardener in order to harmonize with nature. When you till your garden and prepare the soil, that is like a master painter preparing his paints to produce a masterpiece. But when you finally open the packages of seeds and have that joy of placing them just so in that carefully prepared soil, there is a sensation of making something happen that is New Life and wouldn’t have happened because of you that refreshes even the most cynical baby boomer and puts them in touch with themselves and nature in a way that is hard to match in any other pastime.

We know that we did not create the seed and that we are no more than caregivers in helping that plant sprout and then grow into a healthy fruit, herb, or vegetable plant. By becoming part of the cycle of nature when you care for the plants in your garden, it gives you a feeling of completion and connection to God and his creation that could not even be replicated.
We must remain humble beings and remember mother nature as she provides us with an abundance of choices to distinguish what we might need to implement into our bodies to help create a healthy anatomy. Not only do the plants from nature provides us with food, health, and beauty products they also sustain us with the miner and natural resources that are used as essential forms of energy, but recycling is also a beautiful aspect of one form from destruction or desolation to a new birth within this creation, thus providing an alternative form of a good or service that can be essential when growing a garden.

Gardening has been passed down for generations since we first started cultivating the Lands, nothing bad can come of it. Even if you are a total failure at gardening and don’t produce a single morsel of food from your garden, just the act of working with the earth and making something grow is so therapeutic that it is worth the effort even if you only grow weeds.
Remember to stay strong and have faith during the process, No fear of failure while planting on a New plot of land with others in order to create your
OWN gardens. Even if you are an apartment dweller, you can organize a garden with planter boxes and grow lights and get many of the same joys from your little garden that the master garden with acres of crops can harvest.

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