Farmer and the Field

February 02, 2019

Farmer and the Field

Your mind is both the farmer and the field. Every thought you have is a seed. When you act on a thought it is sown in to you, the field. Every subsequent time you act on that thought, water is sprinkled. Over time those actions will sprout and begin to yield fruit.

So, the farmer has an important job. The seeds you water will determine who you are, who you become, and how you influence the world. The goal is to water the positive seeds and leave the negative ones to die. Because what you let grow inside you will also be the fruits you share with the world.

Nobody wants to eat rotten fruit. So, water the positive seeds and share the fruit of life and love with the multitudes.




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