Intentions Planted

Jan 06

Sometimes our intentions are all it takes to set our life down a specific path. Sometimes we don’t even think about what we’re thinking about. In this piece, I try to demonstrate that all of us have that unique ability to create our own future, yet when we focus on it too much we can still screw it up! Stop for a minute. Breathe. Think. Intend.
Sprouting seedling narrowWhat are your intentions today?

 

Intentions Planted

Buried in the darkness,
Deep in the earth,
I plant my intention,
For all that it’s worth.
 
Who knows the season,
That sprouting takes place,
I’ve planted my vision,
I don’t know the pace.
 
Concern for the harvest,
Is not on my mind,
Intentions will sprout,
When given the time.
 
Pushing through darkness,
Struggling toward light,
My vision will blossom,
And all will be right.
 
Copyright 2013 Steve Dahl 

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