Plant Seed, Pull Weed by Geri Larkin

By Geri Larkin

Gardens have frequently been used as metaphors for non secular nurturing and development. Zen rock gardens, monastery rose gardens, even your grandmother's vegetable backyard all were defined as areas of safe haven and mirrored image. Drawing on her event operating at Seattle's best gardening heart, Zen instructor Geri Larkin indicates how the act of gardening might help discover your internal creativity, enthusiasm, vigilance, and pleasure. As your backyard grows, so will your spirit. Larkin takes you thru the stairs of making plans, planting, nurturing, and retaining a backyard whereas providing humorous tales and encouraging classes on what crops can educate us approximately our lives. As soothing as a bowl of selfmade vegetable soup, Plant Seed, Pull Weed will entertain, appeal, and encourage you to get your palms soiled and dig deep to domesticate your internal self.

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That way she could have two toothy grins that would last—hers and her plant’s. And then, to thank her for having the courage to stand up and ask him a question, he gave her a huge flower in a pot. With that, yet another Ciscoe admirer was hatched. As we set our intentions and say yes to the things that come our way, these small actions shift our lives. It is pretty amazing when you think about it—how our lives are transformed act by act. Last week a young Seattle teen came back from spending two years living with Buddhist monks in Cambodia.

He starts raving about some management consultant, Peter Senge, from Boston. I’m already thinking, “Not another management consultant with a quick fix. ” But because I’m too chicken to get up in front of everyone else, and I don’t want to let my crayon-sharing team down, I stay through the rest of the rave. Senge, he tells us, has woven together a formula for helping companies to function better. I don’t know about the other tables. At mine, we are still looking down. Eye contact might set off laughter.

S. auto industry. I was a no-name. The others offered wonderful advice, the kind you want to keep in your top desk drawer in case you ever need an instant pep talk. I didn’t even have notes with me. When I was handed the microphone, I couldn’t talk I was so nervous. Then two words, transcend hesitation, popped into my head, and I let loose. I told everyone I was so nervous it was quite possible that I might pee on myself and if I did I’d appreciate their ignoring it. The dead silence that followed told me that I had inadvertently gotten their attention.

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