Every Life is a Plant

If every life is a plant that gets planted in the soil of Life, would it know how it’s meant to survive or what flowers it would share? Or would it be striving to survive and doing it’s best to contribute by sharing it’s growth?

As I strive to relate to all lives around me, I find that I’m no different than a plant I choose to place in my garden. As it’s caregiver, I can choose the type of plant and do my best to care for it, but the plant doesn’t know what it offers. It’s striving to know itself, the environment I’ve placed it in and ways that it can give back to appreciate Life.

If I am a plant, I,too, had no set knowledge when my life began. I strive to know who I am, the environment I’m in and I do my best to express appreciation to Life. I am no different than other plants, animals or races in this world, for we are all children of Life striving the best we can to be who we’re meant to be.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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