Reflections on Garden Trowels

  • Use your life as a tool for good
  • Silence can be an uncomfortable hole that we try to fill
  • Being too focused on making your point can stop your ears from truly listening
  • Bad habits can wrap themselves around us like roots
  • Covered up rot is still rot
  • Allow removal of hurtful and negative practices
  • Clods must be broken up for the ground to be softened
  • Space provides room for growth
  • What we put in our lives influences what is produced
  • Plant good ideas and strong character
  • Avoiding work is like leaving a tool to rust in the rain
  • Dig and cultivate to produce nourishment for all
  • Hold tightly to values, truth, and faith
  • We get a better handle on the Word by reading it often

from “Reflections from the Everyday”
by Charlotte-Anne Allen

2 thoughts on “Reflections on Garden Trowels

  1. Diane Tucker

    Beautiful!!

    Diane Tucker

    ” When you run alone, its called a race……and when God runs with you, its called Grace.”

    On Sat, May 1, 2021 at 11:41 PM The Still Small Voice wrote:

    > forjustaweed posted: ” Use your life as a tool for goodSilence can be an > uncomfortable hole that we try to fillBeing too focused on making your > point can stop your ears from truly listeningBad habits can wrap themselves > around us like rootsCovered up rot is still rotAllow ” >

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