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Re: [cg] Is There Spirituality Involved in Your Relationships to Plants??

  • To: greenman@ucla.edu
  • Subject: Re: [cg] Is There Spirituality Involved in Your Relationships to Plants??
  • From: Dawn G Kazmer <dgkazmer@juno.com>
  • Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 05:57:52 -0700

Beauty is a spiritual quality.   The earth, plants and animals are
spiritual creations.     One needs to be in communication with spiritual
creations.    I need a specific type of garden to feel peace.   This
garden that is so pleasing for me allows freedom in form and function for
the plants and me.    It is not rigid; but some people feel great peace
in very rigid gardens.     A garden can be developed to meet individual
needs.    And gardens allow interaction without judgement..............  

	Each day in a garden, I learn about survival, interaction between
species, cooperation between plants and my ability to make my part of the
world more pleasing to me, and others.    There is a part each of us can
play in giving health and pleasure to the creation of this world.  
Perhaps that is the most important lesson the garden

On Tue, 06 Jul 1999 13:36:41 -0700 David King <greenman@ucla.edu> writes:
>Hi folks...
>I need some help.  I have been tapped to give a lecture titled "Our
>Connection to Plants" and I've suddenly developed writer's block.
>Any and all are invited to take a second and tell me what those words
>mean to you.  Can you site any resources for me?  Anecdotal evidence?
>Please respond soon - I just am at a loss and I'm beginning to get 
>unspiritual about the whole ordeal.
>david king
>community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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