We learn from our surroundings.
A couple of weeks ago, I saw this hibiscus plant at the market. The price was marked way down because it’s at the end of it’s season. It looked so healthy and full of buds that I had to bring it home. It would be the last of the blooms.
The hibiscus displays one bloom a day.
It opens up to reveal it’s beauty all the way to the core and then politely closes at the end of the day. Even closed it’s beautiful and it knows when it’s done. It doesn’t force the bloom.
I feel as if I’ve bloomed quite a bit this year and maybe that’s one of the reasons to embrace the change in season. I’m ready to not bloom for a while. To take a season of rest.
Not everything I planted in the yard this year bloomed. The cannas and trumpet vine along the fence bloomed once, but they’re happily growing. So maybe that’s it. You have to grow before you can bloom. You have to be fully ready to bloom.
You will bloom, when it’s time.
Happy Monday Beautiful Souls.