…think of prayer as the breath in our lungs and the blood from our hearts. Our blood flows and our breathing continues ‘without ceasing’; we are not even conscious of it, but it never stops.– Oswald Chambers
I step out to the raised garden to check on the tomato plants.
I measure the growth, the progress.
The Patient One planted a beautiful herb and vegetable garden here in raised beds for us, for summer goodness and nutrient rich deliciousness for our home, our plates, our sustenance.
But I can’t see past the tears.
All I see are the big bulging stalks and stems like veins. And the babies, the green ones.
They are my children. They are my pink babies.
I see the green fuzzy veins pulsing with blood and nutrients.
And wonder on the past nutrients in their soil.
Was it rich in its provision? Was everything they needed to grow and thrive in their soil?
For their growth.
Is all that runs through their fuzzy veins, from the soil where they are planted rich and good?
And I come into the house to pray, for my three and others.
And look for ways to fertilize them with love this day.
2 thoughts on “The Rich Soil of Childhood”
sigh. beautiful. yes, beautiful.
Thank you for stopping by and, and for leaving kind words. Humble thanks. wishing His grace……You are welcome here anytime. Blessings on this weekend.