A simple seeker was relaxing, or at least trying to relax
in her new patio recliner that seemed many sizes too big
for her to feel comfortable in, just yet. It reminded her
of the children’s story of The Three Ears and a young
But, today was a glorious day in spite of, or perhaps
because of the sensation of feeling dry and yet breathing
in moist and fresh air, scented with leaves, flowers and
grass. She felt a sense of simple pleasure by her closeness
to one thousand shades of dripping green leaves, weighted
down by the soft but steadily falling rain, just beyond
her partially protected patio.
She noticed that raindrops seemed to slide from some leaves
more willingly than from some others. Why?
For many more reasons than one, perhaps.
How can that be?
Shapes, textures, angles of incline, location …
Yes, some are more exposed to …
A direct hit?
That would suggest that the rain was attacking.
And a victim mentality?
Where are you going with that?
Cause and effect is simply a sequential order
My lost tooth?
It wasn’t lost.
Why did you let it fall out?
It was ready to go. No need to blame me.
But, you could have prevented it.
Why would I interfere with Nature?
I do it all the time, in the garden.
You interfere with Nature’s way?
Only when her way differs from mine.
It’s my garden.
And, it’s your tooth.
But, I couldn’t save it without your help.
And I have nothing better to do with my energy
than to interfere with Nature in such a small,
It isn’t small for me.
Was it a large tooth?
You know it was small.
And so was the issue.
What lesson could I learn from your behaviour?
What did I do?