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THE GARDEN: IT WAS, IT IS, IT CAN BE
by Uriah J. Fields
Saturday, August 25, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Planet Earth, i.e., the world is a garden, no less than it
was when first called the Garden of Eden. When Adam
and Eve were driven out of the Garden of Eden they
assumed the responsibility for keeping it productive
and beautiful. Every generation is required to assume
responsibility for keeping the garden nourishing and beautiful.

Decadency, feelings of hopelessness, disease,
pollution, poverty and corruption are present
nearly everywhere.
People are despairing and the garden once
beautiful and nourishing is now barren.
It is more like a cesspool than a river.

There is so much to be done before the garden,
our embattled and life-sucking world may bloom
again and diispense fragrances that will remove 
the  bitterness we taste and keep us from becoming
the modern dinosaurs of planet earth.

We are the gardeners and the seeds which together
have the power to bring forth a rich harvest,
including our healing.
Let us tend this life and our living with care that
the harvest might be beautiful.

Remember, it is in  your hands Mutuality Warrior.
Unless you tend the garden there will be no harvest
disirable for humans, no rejoicing, no victory over
defeat and, just maybe, the end of hope.

(From:: The Mutuality Warrior by Uriah J. Fields, p.52)


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Reviewed by Barbara Henry 9/7/2012
Very thought provoking and very true, Uriah-
Thank you for sharing this powerful message.
Continued success
Barbara J Henry
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/27/2012
Yes, the earth is our garden of Eden and we have been stewards to it., We haven't been very good and it is time for us to pay attention before our garden is gone and we have nothing left to fall back on.

Ron



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