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The Path To Success

The Path To Success

I carried a very frustrated heart across the field to the garden. A bird sang out from the tall trees as I made my way to my plot, but I wasn’t in the mood to listen. “You’re troubled this morning, Sparrow,” God said. “I don’t want...
The Kindness Of Strangers

The Kindness Of Strangers

Baby clothes were on sale at Target, and I couldn’t resist buying some for Delila, my two-year-old granddaughter. I enjoyed my time picking out things I thought she would like. I waited my turn in the checkout line behind an older gentleman who appeared to be in...
The Bee’s Lesson

The Bee’s Lesson

The temperature continued to rise—worried about the garden, I hurriedly ate my lunch and drove over before my afternoon client calls. The squash had fared the worst, their big leaves flagging in the heat. “You sweet babies,” I comforted them. I took my hose to the...
Pruning For Good

Pruning For Good

The sun had already climbed over the treetops when I got to the garden. The birds were busy heralding the new day, their songs filling the air with joy. I tugged on my gloves, eager to tend to the growing plants. “Good morning, tomatoes. Good morning squash....
My Song

My Song

Early in the morning, I padded down the hallway, forcefully tying the sash of my robe. I was in a bad mood, still carrying around resentments from yesterday. The current heatwave didn’t help; I had tossed and turned, sweaty, most of the night. I opened the...