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Flexibility Redux

Report From PIA – December 30

Every time I write a new post to this blog, I’m asked for the “tags” that best describe it. This is something to do with search engines, I’m sure. Two of those tags that are most frequently used are “growth” and “flexibility”, with good reason.

Several times today I had the opportunity to think about flexibility, and how important it is in our minute-to-minute, day-to-day lives. What happens isn’t as important as our reactions, or our attitude about what occurs.

As I’ve frequently commented here, I do think that gardeners are better able to be adaptable because our gardening experiences train us to be accommodating. How do non-gardeners help themselves be less rigid?

Blessed are the flexible, for they should never be bent out of shape.

Blessed are the flexible, for they should never be bent out of shape.

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