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174. When Flowers Keep You Going — 4 Comments

  1. I love flowers and over the years I found out that every flower that grows in your garden is a reflecting on how you are feeling (as you already said), or what your body needs at that time and when you don’t need it anymore, it will disappear out of your garden. I have experienced this for many years and I love the alignment/interaction with nature and animals <3

  2. Dear Mirelle,
    I am always fascinated by flowers. I feel very happy and amazed whenever I look at them. I was told even when i was just older than a year i used to go after flowers where ever I find them and my parents used to find it very difficult to distract me. i used to want to have them no matter where they were. My father would pluck them from the bushes and let me have them, which made me smile. I am 40 and have the same feeling for flowers. It catches my attention be it the tiniest of them hidden in any wild bush. I keep pondering upon this feeling as to what is the significance of flowers. I feel these are the expressions of god.

  3. The rose, Peace, was a favourite of my wonderful father-in-law, who was such a happy and positive man, so it always reminds me of him. Forget-me-nots were the flowers on the front of a greeting card which I bought for my mother when I was a child I think of and which I have never forgotten.
    I think of all the lovely flowers, in many bouquets, which my wonderful children have bought for me over many years and the joy and happiness that filled my heart when I recieived then and it still fills my heart with love to remember them.
    I now have come to rely on the MIRmethod to help me when I feel I need a boost of energy and love.

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