Video – Garden Of Life Series Part 1

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I am very excited to introduce the garden of life video series. At first glance these videos may seem childly amusing, simple and redundant – stick with me through them all and see the message I have for you. This first video will focus on the basics of a garden. Understanding what I say in each video will help you understand each subsequent video and the message which I believe will ultimately serve you well in your life.

The Garden Of Life Part 1

  • The idea of a garden is to grow something useful
  • You need a seed
  • and sunlight
  • and water
  • and good soil
  • and constant nurturing

Did you enjoy watching this (mildly amusing) video about gardens? Are you thinking to yourself, “Ok, that was nice. What’s it supposed to mean?” Share your thoughts with me!

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  1. Cool, Jeremy! I love your analogy here: planting your seeds, taking care of them, watering them. Actually, I don’t have a green thumb, but does practice make perfect with it comes to ‘gardening?’

    On a side note: This reminds me of when I was a kid and we used to have those old bulky computers running Windows NT and Windows 98. I didn’t have the internet back then, but I’d always be on my paint program drawing up things like this. Memories!
    .-= Valerie M´s last blog ..Hiking for the soul: A walk with nature is all the cure you need =-.

  2. Yeah – I sure had fun doing this video – and there are two more in the series, which I think will be very interesting to watch :)

    Practice certainly makes perfect when gardening – the more you do it, the better you get at it :)

    When I was younger, my twin brother and I created a drawing program on the computer and we would use that to doodle. I’m glad there are better programs now, but I also have memories of this.

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