yesterday: plant seeds,
today: sun, water and growth
tomorrow: life. food.
This Haiku is brought to you by the season, my want to give back, life as we know it (a cycle) and my recent visit to see the Cherry Blossoms in Washington, DC. This Haiku can be applied literally, as I’ve seen many people tending to their garden this past weekend. The idea of cyclic growth can also be applied to learning and raising children. “What goes around comes around,” and “what you put in is what you get out.” Plant healthy seeds, nurture the seeds and life will bloom. Sometimes I really marvel at it all.
Anyways, here is a sneak peak of more to come later in the week from the Cherry Blossom photo walk:
Be Inspired. Live Boldly.