Patience and Persistence

Every now and then after a good night’s sleep, a laugh out loud moment, a great meal with friends or an extended period of time working in my garden, I forget, for a brief and shining moment, that Trump is president.  And while the reality comes swiftly back – my attitude often shifts after a brief time out from the insanity that has somehow become the norm.  Just yesterday, I came across an article about William Rosenzweig and his Acceptance Speech for “Oslo Business for Peace Award” in which he talks about his work as a quiet gardener. While this was written long before Trump’s reign, his views about gardening describe how I want to live my life and provide some perspective for this dark and scary time.

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