The harvest of plenty can relate to the gathering of things you have grown. No everyone is a farmer and we grow things like relationships, businesses, hopes and dreams. In the exercise, I prompt you to consider 'share' from the 'plenty' perspective. What have you gathered, whom will you share the bounty and with what will you measure the portion to be shared?
Why on earth would anyone care about such things?
Discovering what is deep within your heart about such matters will point you in the direction of the opportunities when they arise. Knowing the answers along the way puts the energy you use to do the sharing to it's fullest and best use...no time wasted on wondering, pondering, removing the 'whats'. If you have answered the 'whys', the reasons it matters at all; the harvest becomes plentiful, in its own right. I am thinking loaves and fishes here. A story that was written a long time ago that continues to teach us. I urge you to begin or continue writing your story. Think about that event so long ago as it unfolded and someone thought it was important enough to record. It became a shared experience, a treasured story, and a legacy of what it possible. No matter what your beliefs are, from your point of view and in the context of 'Plenty", the principle is what I am addressing here. Plenty. Sharing. More. Enough. Adequate. Abundance. Consider what they mean to you. Discuss them with your children and your families. Grow together and prepare for 'Plenty'.
I look forward to your comments about this post. I hope you enjoy the e-class and look for the fourth and final one in this series coming next week.