There is an angle leaning over every blade of grass whispering grow grow

There is an angle leaning over every blade of grass whispering grow grow.

Starting South Asian Women Network TV, I and others thought that perhaps I have lost all my marbles.

There did not seem to rhyme and reason for those contented South Asian women who have husbands earning money, homes and children. What else could they possibly ask for? What else could they wish for? What else could they hope for?

Perhaps, it is the end of their desire.

However, the following is true for me:

“There’s an angel leaning over every blade of grass whispering, “Grow, grow.” The Talmud Yes. And a blade of grass will press through cement seeking the light.

I insist and ask my sisters, mothers, daughters and cousins to join me in a project to grow as human beings.

You may have heard the saying if you are not growing, you are dying.

Desire is half of life; indifference is half of death.” Kahlil Gibran

So as much as you might be content with your life, it is not a bad idea to learn something, challenge yourself and strive for something. You will be a better person for it and truly living for yourself and others.

Dr. Ken McFarland who said, “Two percent of the people think, three percent think they think and 95% would actually rather die than think.”
Law of thinking by Bob Proctor

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