HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

In the spring how joyous it is to see the unfolding beauty of buds and blossoms and the promise of flowering fields! Tender leaflets adorn the trees, and freshets of water, released from the rigid grasp of cold, tumble gaily over the rocks. Then thought is inspired to gratitude for such expressions of freedom and energy. One is stirred with an urgent awareness of the eternality of life and the timeless, unfailing harmony of God's universe; for all the glories of earth and sky hint the nature of God.

Like the inevitable release of springtime beauty from the grasp of winter, the garden of consciousness must awaken from the torpid sleep of corporeal sense and rise to the apprehension of spiritual facts. Let the seed of Truth take root and bear fruit after its kind, fruit which is in demonstration of God's allness and man's unity with Him.

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