Tend to your Mind like a Garden. 

Tend to your mind like a garden. 

If you do not put in the daily work to pluck your weeds
they will eventually overtake your medium. 

You cannot exist on a plain of uncertainty
no more than the wildflowers.

Do not settle for a cooped-up pot when you could
stretch out your roots to their fullest potential. 

Your stems are most beautiful untrimmed,
and no beauty can last long as a possession. 

A single rose does not sit idly and dream to become a bush,
it merely grows. 

And you can till the soil and change your approach,
but you still can’t ask a cactus to thrive in a rose garden. 


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