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Topic: START (02/25/16)
By Rachel Rudd
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From the remnants of a life, the journey of a lifetime originates.
The farmer turns and sifts bleak organic materials until porous. He wields different tools to work the sometimes uncompliant dust. Certain areas require a gentle hand while others need to be pushed and shoved in order to be receptive. He uproots and discards clumps of old growth and painstakingly removes every hindrance.
Of vital importance is the air, the essence of life. The farmer ensures that it permeates the soil. Without this vital element, nothing will grow— no life will develop. Patience is needed sometimes until the right temperature arrives.
When every element is present, seeds fall into the prepared space. Seeds that land outside of this protection are snatched away by eager game, but the sheltered seed sprouts out of its hard exterior watered by the moisture that gives life.
Sometimes weeds are left behind in the fertile soil. If even the tiniest piece of root remains, then they may find a way to drain life out of maturing plants. Vital nutrients will be drawn away to where a form of life grows, but not producing the fruit the Master farmer planned—plans for seeds which generate plants bearing fruit in abundance.
All new creation revolved around the planting of that minuscule bundle of life.
A kernel of wheat who yielded to death originated life.
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