{Anniversary Edition} Always Be Planting: How to Harvest Your Past and Seed Your Future

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Greetings, my fellow Emergineers, it’s great to bring you another very important topic, ‘Always be Planting: How to Harvest Your Past and Seed Your future.’

The first thing to understand is that you’re always planting, and you’re always reaping what you’ve planted in the past. Every thought, every word, and every action is a seed of your future moment, and every moment is the fruit of a past seed.

So the thought, the word, the action, the seeds you’re planting in this moment are the potential fruit of your future moments, and every now moment is the fruit of your past planting. There is no other element that enters into the equation.

As you sow, so shall you reap. I don’t reap what you’ve sown, and you don’t reap what I’ve sown.

As you begin to realize that, you can take full responsibility for this moment because this moment can’t be more or less than what you’ve sown or planted before. This means that nobody else has ever or can ever determine the quality of this moment, the fruit in this moment, but you.

The good news is no matter what harvest you find yourself with right now, whether it’s a harvest of sweet fruit or sour and bitter fruit, or just a lot of weeds, that you can always begin to sow a whole new crop. You’re never stuck with whatever’s just there. You can absolutely begin sowing again.

I invite you to identify one area of your life that may need a little cultivation. Does it need watering, weeding, feeding, or seeding?

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