Creating A Zen Garden May 13, 2015Posted by nrhatch in Home & Garden, Humor, Mindfulness, Nature.
Ego’s appetite for accolades, approval, acclaim, acknowledgment, applause, admiration, etc., etc., etc., is insatiable.
The bigger it gets, the more often it asks to be fed.
It is up to us to cut it down to size.
Allowing the rest of the garden to emerge from shade to sunlight.
TIP: To remove tenacious roots, use a bulldozer.
Once we evict overgrown and overblown tenants, we can replant.
Mulching new blooms with care to prevent weeds from taking root.
Buoyed by success, we expand our efforts to encompass other beds.
Transforming a landscape of uncontrolled chaos into an oasis of peace.
Aah . . . that’s better!