And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. ~Anais Nin
Sissy gave me some primula tea (green with fresh jasmine) for Christmas. I enjoyed a cup during yesterday’s hyacinth time. This flower is called Camellia Joy.
“In the days and generations to come Jacob shall take root; Israel shall blossom and send forth shoots and fill the whole world with fruit [of the knowledge of the true God].” ~Isaiah 27:6 (Amplified)
And you too shall burst foth with His beauty!
We shall burst together!
Carol J. Garvin says
I am reminded of the little fridge magnet a granddaughter once gave me. It says, “Bloom where you are planted.” Sometimes that growth comes in small, seemingly insignificant ways, unnoticed until suddenly there is beauty.
I cross-stitched that saying years ago. Still have it framed. Got me through a lot of moves. 🙂