Be as the dormant seed, beginning to germinate in the desiccated trunk of its predecessor, full of potential and vibrant life.
As often occurs, dear friends, a few days ago at around 2 o'clock, my energy was sapped and I needed some caffeine and food. Drinking high-caff coffee, sans food never ends well. I've tried it. Undergrad studying makes you forget to eat, sometimes. Also craft/art projects. Not recommended. Timers and alarms are your friend. But, I digress.
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Human rights and diversity are important regardless of your background, dear reader, but are perhaps most spotlighted when concerning those members of society whose voices tend to be suppressed in some way. Minority voices are important, brightening and enlivening the global human narrative, whether that be religion, ethnic background, sexual orientation, gender expression, relative ablebodiedness, or other aspects.
This time of year is about reaping what was planted in the growing time. Look to your Springtime goals, dear reader, and see what you have accomplished. Do you still need to do more on certain projects? Are there others that have fallen dormant but you still hold on to?
Whether it be physical, mental, emotional, or otherwise, dear reader, you can heal from injury.
Have you ever seen an old, decomposing tree stump in the depths of the forest, with a seedling sprouting from its ruin? The decomposition and complete breakdown of the old makes way for an emergent new life form, providing the impetus for its growth and development.