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Many of you know that I love gardening, and I love metaphors about gardening.
Last week, Mary Browne did a great job working with the Sacred Seeds metaphor to talk about preparing the ground for the Sacred Seeds we want to plant. I loved it!
In keeping with that theme, I want to tell you about this year’s gardening season, and how I decided to start some of our plants from seed. As is often the case, it can be hard to predict how many seeds will germinate, so seed starters often start more than they need, so they know they will have enough.
When most or all of my seeds germinate, what do I do with all the plants I can’t keep? Because I have way too many seedlings now!
If I can’t plant all of them, can I give them away? Perhaps. But will they be planted? There are no guarantees, are there?
We can start all the seeds we want, but when there is an abundance of plants, what will we do with all of them?
What do we do with all of our Sacred Seeds that are germinating? Should we concentrate on cultivating just a few types, or is it better to have an abundance? Can we give some away, or should we keep them and try and plant them?
I offer these words and questions today in order to plant some Sacred Seeds among us. If, in the miracle that is our lives, you find something that grows from it, let me know! Amen
Our Easter Pie Sale is back again this year! We'll have delicious fresh-baked pies to bring to your Easter Dinner table! Flavors include Apple Pie (crumb topping), Ricotta Pie, and Peanut Butter Pie with Chocolate Ganache. Other flavors available. This year, if we sell out on Friday, we won't open on Saturday, so get here early!
Date: Friday April 15 from 11AM - 5PM
Time: 11AM - 5PM
If Not Sold Out: Saturday April 16 from 9AM until we're sold out.
Location: Fellowship Hall
Cost: $15 / Pie
ROBINSON ELMWOOD UNITED CHURCH
126 South Terry Road, Syracuse, NY 13219
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