If you plant a seed then plant it quite gently and with tremendous hope because as you already know a lot of things matters in germinating a seed such as humidity, moisture, freshness of seeds, temperature and an ideal timing.
If you plant a seed then it doesn’t exactly mean that you only have to plant a seed in the garden with fertile soil but the saying itself is very versatile as do you know you can also plant a seed of hope and care in the fertile soil of your mind.
Let’s plants the rights seeds of hope at the right time of the year.
1. All the possibilities of planting a seedThe seed includes all the possibilities of the tree. … The seed will develop these
possibilities, however, only if it receives corresponding energies from the sky.
Grain must return to the earth, die, and decompose for new growth to begin.”
– Ancient Egyptian Proverbs
2. Plant seeds of happiness
Plant seeds of happiness, hope, success, and love; it will all come back to you in abundance. This is the law of nature.
– Steve Maraboli
3. Don’t plant anything but love
Every leaf that grows will tell you: what you sow will bear fruit, so if you have any sense my friend, don’t plant anything but Love.
4. New seeds are growing today
Yesterday is gone and its tale told. Today new seeds are growing.
5. All the apples in one seed
Any fool can count the seeds in an apple. Only God can count all the apples in one seed.
– Robert H. Schuller
6. This is the way life works
Nature herself does not distinguish between what seed it receives. It grows whatever seed is planted; this is the way life works. Be mindful of the seeds you plant today, as they will become the crop you harvest.
– Mary Manin Morrissey
7. The seeds of today
All the flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today.
– Swedish Proverb
8. Planting a seed we can’t see
An ordinary favor we do for someone or any compassionate reaching out may seem to be going nowhere at first, but may be planting a seed we can’t see right now. Sometimes we need to just do the best we can and then trust in an unfolding we can’t design or ordain.
– Sharon Salzberg
9. The magic of one acorn
The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
10. Give fruit
He places a seed in the dust for the reason
That it may in the day of distress, give fruit.
11. Be like seeds
Poetry is like a free bird that knows no boundary, like seeds that are carried along by the wind, that grow, bloom and bear fruit where they find good soil without asking anyone’s permission.” – Ion Codrescu
12. I sing to my seeds
So I sing to my seeds. What about it?”
– Leslie Gaydos
13. Every seed destroys its container
Life does not accommodate you; it shatters you. Every seed destroys its container, or else there would be no fruition.
– Florida Scott-Maxwell
14. Love is the seed of all hope
Love is the seed of all hope. It is the enticement to trust, to risk, to try, to go on.
– Gloria Gaither
15. Judge each day by the seeds you plant
Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.
– Robert Louis Stevenson
16. Plant tiny seeds in the small space
Think small. Planting tiny seeds in the small space given you can change the whole world or, at the very least, your view of it. – Linus Mundy
17. The seeds to sow
But the sower going forth to sow sets foot into time to come, the seeds falling on his own place. He has prepared a way for his life to come to him, if it will. Like a tree, he has given roots to the earth, and stands free.”
– Wendell Berry, The Seeds, 1970
18. Ideas are like seeds
Ideas are like seeds, few ever grow up to be something. Promises of fruit being “Sweet” and “Juicy” will sell seeds, and much much more.
– Michael Garofalo, Pulling Onions
19. Lot of seeds in a packet
The mere fact that you get a lot of seeds in a packet doesn’t mean you have to plant all of them.
– Henry Mitchell
20. Bad seeds
Bad seed is a robbery of the worst kind: for your pocket-book
not only suffers by it, but your preparations are lost and a
season passes away unimproved.
– George Washington
21. Sow yourself
Sow the living part of yourselves in the furrow of life.
– Miguel de Unamuno
22. Sow seeds of kindness
A person who sows seed of kindness enjoys a perpetual harvest.
23. Describe a seed
The word “miracle” aptly describes a seed.
– Jack Kramer
24. Take that poppy seed in your palm
Of all the wonderful things in the wonderful universe of God, nothing seems to me more surprising that the planting of a seed in the blank earth and the result thereof. Take that Poppy seed, for instance: it lies in your palm, the merest atom of matter, hardly visible, a speck, a pin’s point in bulk, but within it is imprisoned a spirit of beauty ineffable, which will break its bonds and emerge from the dark ground and blossom in a splendor so dazzling as to baffle all powers of description.
– Celia Thaxter
25. The epitaph of a seedling
A flower is the epitaph of a seedling, and vice versa.
– Rein’s Ruminations
26. Act of planting a seed
This very act of planting a seed in the earth has in it to me something beautiful. I always do it
with a joy that is largely mixed with awe.
– Celia Thaxter
27. One life for another
Oak trees come out of acorns, no matter how unlikely that seems. An acorn is just a tree’s way back into the ground. For another try. Another trip through. One life for another.
– Shirley Ann Grau
28. Garden seeds
One of the healthiest ways to gamble is with a spade and a package of garden seeds.
– Dan Bennett
29. Trade is not seeds at all
Seedsmen reckon that their stock in trade is not seeds at all … it’s optimism.
– Geoff Hamilton
30. Seeds are best planted in the first hour
The seeds of the day are best planted in the first hour.
– Dutch Proverb
31. Think of the fierce energy
Think of the fierce energy concentrated in an acorn! You bury it in the ground, and it explodes into an oak! Bury a sheep, and nothing happens but decay.
– George Bernard Shaw