Every day I take my morning cup of coffee and stand by the garden I tend. I admire the creation of color, the foliage, and even how the weeds blossom. I reflect on the places I have been planted in my life. I consider the weeds I continually have to pull to promote growth and beauty.
Discernment is a growing season. It is good to reflect on the places you have been planted, the colors of your personality, the gifts that have emerged, the experiences that have tilled your soil and uprooted your life, and the weeds you have pulled.
It is good to reflect on what promotes your growth.
Discernment is a gracefilled movement – reflecting on your life and embracing a future life where your garden can thrive. Smell the flowers, enjoy the color and be energized by the power of God. Then think of how your next garden may need to be planted in order to continue this gift of God’s presence.