Yum.I'm a terrible gardener. I have a pansy out on the balcony that had grown into a sad looking plant, with long, dead-looking stems that held only fragments of green and sparse flowers. I finally figured out that pruning the longer stems that no longer held blooms cleared the way for lush, green, new growth that could bloom again with beautiful flowers. Yes, I had to figure this out. Stop judging me. Did I mention I'm a terrible gardener?
This obvious metaphor also works with the bad habits in our lives. When we finally buck up and prune the less desirable time-suckers from our lives, we pave the way for better opportunities and a more fulfilled existence.
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