Gratitude in the garden might stem from the fact that your family will have plenty to eat or because you grow produce the grocery bill is lighter. Thankfulness in the garden might be reflected in working together with your children, partner, friends, or neighbors. It reflects a kind of fellowship and reminds us that we are all in this together.
Some gardeners give thanks that this year the fruit trees or brambles bore well while still other gardeners pause and give thanks for their fruitful soil, plentiful sun, and water. Some gardeners might give thanks for the lack of weeds while others might have gratitude because they want to weed to stay healthy while on furlough or out of work.
Kindness matters. So does giving thanks.
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