Cyn

Weeds are generally considered a negative plant in a garden of more valued plants; something to be removed, thrown out. I wonder why weeds have not been cultivated and valued equally as other plants, considered beautiful and worthy? At what point, and by whom, was it decided which plants held more value, and why? Do weeds not have a purpose, a value, a beauty distinct to them? If not, why did we create them? Because we did, as we create all matter and experience from our thought energy. Perha...

Weeds are generally considered a negative plant in a garden of more valued plants; something to be removed, thrown out. I wonder why weeds have not been cultivated and valued equally as other plants, considered beautiful and worthy? At what point, and by whom, was it decided which plants held more value, and why? Do weeds not have a purpose, a value, a beauty distinct to them? If not, why did we create them? Because we did, as we create all matter and experience from our thought energy. Perhaps we created weeds to remind us, as humans, that we tend to judge our creations instead of taking responsibility for them, for our thoughts. Our comparative minds, which we also created into being, seem to need opposites to appreciate any of our creations; light and dark, good and bad, beauty and ugliness, flowers and weeds.

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