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    Create the Life You Want

    7 Lessons of Self-Growth from a Plant

    Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary is a popular nursery rhyme about gardening. Mary grows silver bells, cockle shells and pretty maids in her “fantasy garden”. If you have ever tried your hand at gardening, you know that there‚Äôs something enjoyable and frustrating about the entire process. Basically, plants need sunlight, water, and some tender love and care to properly grow and flourish. If you really think about it, the same principles can be said about our own self-growth. There are similar principles that we must abide by to avoid stagnation. We should appreciate the process that a seed or a seedling goes through to become a beautiful, sometimes edible plant and…