Giving, Not Taking

Harvest – 5 Lines

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Giving, Not taking

Way back, that bloke in Judea once said,
unless an ear of wheat dies and falls to the ground
there would never be a new harvest.
I like to think that our love and kindness grow
when we cast them into the fertile ground of humanity.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul,

pvcann.com

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24 responses to “Giving, Not Taking

  1. I do believe it does. Nicely said!

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  2. Such a beautiful perspective. Its a circle, as they say.

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  3. What a beautiful side of thoughts depicted

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  4. Rabindranath Pradhan

    Sweet post.

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  5. oh lovely words, yes please, if only 🙂

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  6. Wonderful lines. I think that bloke from way back in Judea would approve. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. lync56

    I believe this to be true too

    >

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