Thursday, 6 August 2015

Crucial Conversations: Messages From My Garden.

Do you have a passion for growing things? Have you ever grown anything in your life? Do you wish to grow your business? If your answers to the questions is yes then let us together get inspired through my garden experience.

My Garden As My Teacher
My garden is a master teacher. It has taught me how to be patient and to be careful. I have through my garden learnt to trust in God for everything that I don’t see. That is faith. My desire to make things grow emanated from my small garden. I took time to appreciate and understand my garden passionately. Everyday I report into my garden for lessons on how to deal with myself. I have had such a wonderful experience.

My garden is a master teacher. It has taught me how to be patient and to be careful. I have through my garden learnt to trust in God for everything that I don’t see.
For those of you who have read Crucial Conversation: My stolen Red Rose, you may love to know that I have a small garden at home. It is well arranged and it is well looked after. Apart from sustaining my family, the garden provides life lessons to us. I have also used my home as laboratory where various farming methods have been tried.
I grow lettuce in small containers which I customise from used plastic containers. These plastic containers are from empty beer bottles. I take part in environment conservation through cleaning up what is discarded from the beerhalls. I love cleanliness.
I grow lettuce in small containers which I customise from used plastic containers. These plastic containers are from empty beer bottles. I take part in environment conservation through cleaning up what is discarded from the beerhalls. I love cleanliness.
The Lettuce In My Garden.
I grow lettuce in small containers which I customise from used plastic containers. These plastic containers are from empty beer bottles. I take part in environment conservation through cleaning up what is discarded from the beerhalls. I love cleanliness.

But Why the Garden?
Through my garden I have learnt how to be resourceful. Resourcefulness means to be able to deal skilfully and promptly with new situations. Many people ask me, “Hey Arthur, what makes you smile in the face of difficulties”. My answer to that question is, I have hope for tomorrow. I know that God is control, no matter what situation. Just as I am responsible for my plants in the garden, God is in control of my life. I don’t plant vegetables with the intention of seeing them wilt and die. I actually cannot stand the sight of anyone harvesting vegetables out of my garden. It is probably the reason why I was so hurt when my Red Rose was stolen.
When I look at my garden, my eyes see beauty. I become so full of peace. I feel relieved. I derive joy from seeing my plants grow.
When I look at my garden, my eyes see beauty. I become so full of peace. I feel relieved. I derive joy from seeing my plants grow.
 What Do I see In My Garden?
When I look at my garden, my eyes see beauty. I become so full of peace. I feel relieved. I derive joy from seeing my plants grow.
When I look at my garden, my eyes see beauty. I become so full of peace. I feel relieved. I derive joy from seeing my plants grow.
These lessons also apply in business life. They apply in educational life. If you get time, I am persuading you to have a small garden and be happy to see something grow.
When I look at my garden, my eyes see beauty. I become so full of peace. I feel relieved. I derive joy from seeing my plants grow.
Grow something and get inspired.

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