Toss Roses Into the Abyss

11 Jan
Toss Roses Into the Abyss

Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom. ~ Victor Frankl

A tree can not grow to heaven unless its roots grow to hell. ~ C.G. Jung

When you make Besties with Beasties, do you remember their names… or, are they one time stands?

How are they allies that contribute to and amplify your ability to take action? Do they integrate or ally with you? Depends, huh?

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2 responses to “Toss Roses Into the Abyss

  1. Timothy Price

    January 11, 2021 at 9:51 pm

    Our late freezes and early frosts have thrown many of our rosebushes into the abyss. Or at least the rose afterlife.

    • Jordan Hoggard

      January 12, 2021 at 11:07 am

      Yes, this year the winter sleep of plants has been tossing turning nightmares. I’m good, though I see plants as being confused. Some squirrel tales bushy like hard winter, some thin Oscar Meyers like nothing’s happening. Nature is a bunch all over the place. I’ve reined into simply, “do I need a coat or a fleece or not?” to literally simply weather it, or wear the weather, though not in a way to let that confusion interrupt my own inside. I basically wouldn’t hire this winter. It’s too confused. It is what it is, though I have no compulsion or impetus to allow it to drag me into the mucky muck of its lack of wherewithal. It’s very flippant. Will still kill ya, though, nonetheless flippant.


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