Life becomes significant
A life requires patient effort and permanent seeking. Life does not grow merely by believing in something to satisfy someone else’s ambition to thrive. Life becomes significant when you seek the source of your life. It is identical to the work in the garden. If you want to harvest cherries, then you have to plant a cherry tree.
If you expect to harvest pears, but you plant an apple tree, then it will not work! Whatever we hope or want to achieve in life, we have to sow it! We have an infinite potential of possibilities; it is just waiting to be planted! Start with it immediately and go out into your garden and plant the tree of your life! With proper gardening and a little patience, you will soon reap what you have sown!
A garden requires patient labor and attention. Plants do not grow merely to satisfy ambitions or to fulfill good intentions. They thrive because someone expended effort on them.
(Liberty Hyde Bailey)