Take a tiny seed, plant it, nurture it, and it will grow.
It might become something big, or something small. It might become a plant which bears food, or, a flower that pleases the eye.
It might inspire a change in behavior; it might be a foundation of decisions to be made for years to come.
A seed is a symbol of the intrinsic power and ability we all possess. It’s not just a botanical object.
Apropos that my young daughter asked me this question yesterday, and, I promised her we would discuss today. Today is ‘Universal Children’s Day’.
Children’s minds are open to so many possibilities that a germinological answer to this question will only scratch the surface 🙂