Natural growth is vigorous but unhurried

"If you want to receive something, be as precise as possible about what you desire but as open as possible to the direction from which it may come. Be quite certain about what you desire but be prepared to recognise if something arrive in its place. Those who think prayer isn’t answered are those who aren’t ready to recognise the answer they’re given. For the inexperienced to acquire power disproportionate to their mor(t)al capacity soon would be like giving a racing car to a beginner. Let love rule. The pace of natural growth is vigorous but unhurried. For maximum beauty and practicality frequent pruning is necessary. Grow. Imaginatively project your growth, but be sensitive to the hand of the gardener."

No comments: