Gardening is a form of moving meditation. It draws me into the immediate. Each leaf and petal are drawn in vibrant relief, embedded in my mind. I become part of a microcosm of veins and roots. At the same time, my awareness broadens, taking in the over arching lessons, the laws of life and nature that not only govern my garden, but me as well.
My garden has taught me a lot this year. Not only about gardening (don't plant pole beans under a bird net) but about life (when we are at our fullest, winter is coming). So this blog post is about the lessons learned and relearned and what is in store for the future.