When my daughter was around 8 or 9 one of our favorite books to read was the Lost Flower Children by Janet Taylor Lisle. It is a wonderful story about how we deal with the pain of loss and the redemptive power of the garden. When I look at my mid summer garden I dream of fairy children playing under the canopy of leaves,
coloring the blossoms
swinging from the tendrils and whispering in the ears of each plant words of encouragement.
How does the earth know what to do with the seed?
How does the flower know when to release itself so that the fruit may spring forth?
How does such wonder come about? Only the fairy children know for sure.
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