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Who Sows The Seed
by E T Waldron
Sunday, May 28, 2006
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Does it count who sows the seed
Or more so who nourishes it


We know for both there is a need
But does one get more benefit


If both are  one and the same
It will  make things much easier


With some you get just a name
Then have to search ever after


Wondering if what you're about
May be the same as  another


Are you weak or  have clout
Take after your father or mother


Some say it doesn't make a difference
But that really isn't true


Whether in our looks or our essence
Our genes show in what we do


"An infinity of forest lies dormant
within the dream of one acorn"


The above quote is quite relevant
When realizing of one seed, what is born


That's why I believe:
The Creator's spirit seeds,sown in the mind
are creative ideas that surpass any other kind!


eT


 

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Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 5/30/2006
A wonderful expression of a lovely philosophy.
Birgit and Roger
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 5/29/2006
Lovely thought, Eileen, as well as an acknowledgement of continuity and the link that binds all of nature..flora, fauna, and us.

love,
Gina
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 5/29/2006
... And whatever He sows shall surely be fulfilled. Him the Author and the Finisher, the Sower, the Reaper, the Seed. Wonderful Creationist, Redemptionist and Salvationist write done in nature and universal terms, Eileen. Totally complete. TY. Kate xx
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 5/29/2006
Oh Eileen, how I loved that quote, this is so beautiful and excellent. loved this so much..

Reindeer
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/29/2006
Late as ever, got here. A beautiful rendering of the classic conundrum--nature or nurture.

Civilization has put us on the path to genetic destruction. Each of us thinks our genes are better than the next guy's. That's why we adopt kids from other cultures and try to make them just like us.

Criminals, the poor, and uneducated have more children per capita than the rest of society, so their gene pool is growing.

I prefer tribal culture, where the survival of the extended family depended on a strong leader who fathered most of the children and saw to it, through generational tutoring and coming of age rituals, that each child had a place in the tribe.

Ron
Reviewed by jude forese 5/29/2006
the seeds of creative thought are sown within the earth of this inspired poem ... excellent take on a universal theme ...
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 5/29/2006
Ahhh, nicely said, Eileen. The mind's ability to create is a gift ever to be treasured.
Peace,
Carolyn
Reviewed by Huda Orfali 5/29/2006
True wisdom
thanls for sharing this great offering
love and peace
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 5/29/2006
"An infinity of forest lies dormant
within the dream of one acorn"

Much Food for Thought here, Tiger Lily.
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 5/29/2006
Awesome!
You write us flowers,lovely seed.
o
Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook 5/29/2006
I love the last two lines especially. Amen, Eileen!
Reviewed by Suzie Palmer 5/28/2006
Dear Eileen,
Wonderful contemplation!
"Does it count who sows the seed
Or more so who nourishes it"
I have learned that the sowing time in any new beginning; relationship etc, is most vital. The thoughts and energies we sow with create the quality of the fruit. If misery surrounds sowing time, then often the fruits are also full of misery. As we know: "As we sow, so shall we reap".
Love of sowing Suzie :-D
Reviewed by George Carroll 5/28/2006
Wisdom, the daughter of thought, expounds in this write.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 5/28/2006
We are as we think, I think..
Reviewed by Peter Paton 5/28/2006
Eileen
Ideas and thoughts are what make our world..
And when they are borne from the goodness of the heart, everyone in
your circunference is enriched...
Thanks for sharing
Love and Peace
Peter
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 5/28/2006
thought provoking
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 5/28/2006
There is much wisdom in this creative verse. I will keep this one for it's inspiration.
Susan
Reviewed by J M 5/28/2006
Inspiraional and so true this one is well done.
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