I have spent the last several weeks working in my gardens. My activities include pulling weeds, pruning, raking, planting, fertilizing, watering and admiring. One of the first things I did as I started on this journey of refreshing my little plot of land was to cut back all of my rose bushes. And let me tell you, I went to town on them. I gave them a proper trimming. Yesterday as I was doing some watering I noticed that every single one of these rose bushes had beautifully exploded with new growth. The leaves are a deep green, and there are scores of buds that will soon break out into a stunning display of exquisiteness.
Gardening can be challenging. However, the results of a well-tended yard no matter the size, are gratifying. All five senses can be satisfied with the fruits of our labor. I find it a valuable way to spend time. I also believe that many domains of our life can benefit from some intentional gardening. Let’s have a look.
Whether you have chosen marriage, a life partner, or a significant other, relationships can be a beautiful dance through life with a loved one, and they can also be challenging and in some cases unhealthy. Regardless of your current relationship status, I will remind you that it is not anyone’s responsibility to make you happy except yourself. So, if you are in a relationship or seeking to enter into one to be satisfied, don’t do it. It doesn’t work