A farmer went out to his field
to sow seed.
As he scattered the hemp seed on the earth, some of
it fell on a footpath and was
Other hemp seed fell on shallow soil with rock beneath.
Birds came and ate many seeds as they
A few hemp seed began to grow, but
soon withered and died for lack
Other hemp seed
landed in a lavender patch
and the young seedlings were soon choked out.
fell on fertile soil; this
seed grew and produced a crop one
hundred times as large as had been planted.
If anyone has ears that hear, use them
Seed is Word of God shared with men.
The hard path where some
hemp seed fell represents the hard hearts as
steals away the Word.
The stony earth
represents those who listen to sermons, but somehow the
Word never really
takes root and grows.
They know that the Word of God
is true and believe but when the hot winds of
persecution blow they lose interest.
The seed among thorns
represents those who see but whose faith is choked out by
They are incapable of helping anyone hear the
soil represents honest, good hearted people.
They become the Word of
God, steadily spreading that Word to others who also
soon begin to see and
|"The Ancients did not take
notice that there were several kinds of blight, neither did they inquire after
This lack of curiosity and observation prevented them
from learning their causes and developing effective remedies against blight.
They called it in general by the name of "rubigo" or
"rust" for the likeness of the blighted straws and leaves to the
color of rusty iron.
They thought it came from the gods since they were
ignorant of the natural causes.
Virgil tells the common farmer in plain
terms if his grain is eaten with blight there is no better advice than to
comfort hunger with acorns."
Jethro Tull, Horse
The fields are always wet with
After a summer shower
saw you standin'
Standin' in The
Wet with Rain
You wiped the teardrops from your
eye in sorrow
We watched the petals fall down to the
And as I sat beside you I felt a
Great sadness that
In The Garden
And then one day you came back home
You were a creature all in rapture
You had the
Key to your Soul
you came back
To The Garden
The olden summer breeze was blowin' gainst
The Light of God was shinin' on
And you were a violet colour as you
your father and your mother
In The Garden
The summer breeze
was blowin' on your face
Within your violet you treasure your summery
And as the shiver from my neck
down to my spine
Ignited me in daylight in
And you went into a
childlike vision became so fine
we heard the bells within the
We loved so much
the presence of the youth of eternal
In The Garden
it touched your cheeks so
again you were and blushed
touched each other lightly as
we felt the presence of the
Christ within our Hearts
In The Garden
And I turned to
you and I said
you and I and Nature
the Father in The
No guru, no method, no teacher
Just you and I in nature with
the Father and
the Son and
the Holy Spirit
In The Garden
Wet with rain
No guru, no method, no teacher
you and I in Nature
the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit
In that Garden,
The Garden, wet with rain
one mind, we
honor the Food Plants we harvest.
Since the beginning of time, the grains, vegetables, beans, and berries
have helped people survive.
Many other living things draw strength from
We gather all the Food Plants together as one and send them
a greeting of thanks." - Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address
Garden is defined as:
"Once upon a time, when the science
and art of gardening was not yet well established among men, there was a
In addition to knowing all the qualities of plants - nutritious,
medicinal and aesthetic - he had been granted a knowledge of the
Herb of Longevity.
visited gardens and cultivated places throughout the World.
a wonderful garden, and instructed disciples in sustaining it.
Accustomed to seeing some of the plants come up and flower every year,
the people soon forgot to collect seeds, propagate from cuttings, and so on.
The result was that the garden eventually became wild, and people
started to regard this as the best garden there could be.
people many chances to learn, the Master Gardener expelled them and
recruited another whole new
group of disciples.
He warned if they did not keep the garden in
order they would suffer.
They, in turn, forgot - and, since they were
lazy, tended only those fruits and flowers which were easily reared and
allowed the others to
The Master Gardener made
gardens wherever he could, but none was ever perfect as the one he himself
tended with his chief assistants.
It became known there were many
gardens and many methods of gardening.
People from one garden would
visit those of another to discover.
Books were written,
assemblies of gardeners
Men are easily attracted by the superficial.
say: 'I like this flower,' and they want everyone else to like it as well.
In spite of its attraction or
abundance it might be
an invasive species crowding out others providing medicines or food for
Among these gardeners are those who prefer plants of one
When the ancient gardener passed beyond he left an
endowment of whole knowledge of gardening
distributed across the entire
face of the planet.
Art of gardening remains a scattered
up in one garden have been powerfully instructed to the benefits or
disadvantages of how the inhabitants are supposed to see things.
They are incapable of recognition
of the need to return to The
time to time true gardeners do arise.
the abundance of fake
gardens that when they hear of real ones people say: 'You are talking of the garden we
imagine we already have.'
What they have and what they imagine is
possible are both
The Real Experts, who cannot reason
with the fake gardeners, hang out together
spreading useful specimens in private to maintain vitality.
often forced to masquerade, as
gardening is an artful science.
"We live off of
what comes out of the soil, not what's in the bank. If we squander the
ecological capital of the soil, the capital on paper won't much matter.
For the past 60 years, we
have followed industrialized agricultural policies that have increased the rate
of destruction of productive farmland.
For those 60 years, we let
ourselves believe the absurd
notion that as long as we have money we will have food.
we continue offending the land by
which we are fed, the food
supply will decline, and we will have a problem far more complex than
the failure of our paper
If monoculture is unsustainable, there is no
When we face
the fact that civilizations
have destroyed themselves by destroying their farmland, it's clear that we
don't really have a choice." - Wes Jackson
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