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M.A.I. Monday Motivation: Are The Seeds You're Planting Yielding a Successful harvest in your Life?

Greetings and Good Monday Morning Everyone,

I hope that you've had a wonderful and restful weekend. This week, I'm ready to get started and now that we are in the fourth quarter of the year, and we a barreling closer to November and Thanksgiving; I'm thinking more about the seeds that I've planted this year. Not only this year, but, every day, what kind of seeds am I planting on a daily basis. Do those seeds have value? Are they purposeful? Are they yielding a successful harvest? We talk about manifestation, and having a positive mindset; I for one discuss it all of the time, but I also believe in actually putting good out into the world. I believe in planting seeds of positivity, value, and purpose. So, if you're seeing negativity, dissension, and discord always cropping up in your life, maybe it is due to the seeds that you've sewn. I'm excited to discuss topic with you today, so without delay let's dive right in to this week's message!

This Monday morning, I awoke with a thought about seeds. I thought about how there are many different types and kinds of seeds. I thought about how seeds carry the food that helps the new plant begin to grow, and all of the benefits of a seed. Then, I thought about how sometimes we become so consumed by the final outcome of what the seed yields through the harvest; that we don't properly examine the seed or seeds that we started with. Could it be possible, that the seeds you or I have pLanted were bad? Could it be possible, that our yielded harvest contains a bad plant or fruit? We all want to see the good from the seeds we sow, at least that's what I hope, but I think that we have to put just as much time, energy, and effort in selecting the right seeds to plant, as we do, into tending that seed into a plant, and it's harvest. The blessings that you reap as a result, is also connected to how you choose your seeds. It's the first step to reaping the blessings of what you've sewn. How are you deciding what is the best seeds to plant in your life? Let me ask you a question, do you feel, as if, life is the same, and nothing is getting better? Are you looking at your situation and finding that you're in the same place that you were in last year, and complaining about the same things? Life is about growth. Each year, we travel around the sun, we should experience something new, set and accomplish a goal, and reach for more. If you're not having this fulfilling experience in your life, then I highly suggest for you to "check your seeds." Because, at a high level, you're not planting seeds of value, and you're looking to reap something from the harvest that you'll never get, and that's a thriving plant. The entire process of growing a seed into a plant that yields a harvest is the blessing, but it starts with choosing seeds of high quality and value, and planting accordingly. Prepare by planting the right seeds and then watch your harvest improve significantly for the better!

"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds you plant."

- Robert Louis Stevenson

This morning, and everyday of your life, I hope that you plant the kind of seeds with the greatest value to add to your harvest. Find your blessings in the selection process of your seeds. May you keep striving to see the good in your garden, and focus on the seeds that you are planting because, it makes all of the difference in each day of the harvest you reap. Blessings to you for a productive and thriving day and week!

Charmyra E. Fleming is a romance author with a deep desire to M.OTIVATE | A.SPIRE | I.NSPIRE, her readers and beyond to live their lives with purpose, intention, and full of passion. She is the author of The Violet Rose and Three's a Charm romance novels. Thank you for reading her blog post this morning. Hey, do her a favor, if you like or love this post, comment on it. She'd love to hear your feedback. Also, please feel free to share it with your family and friends in the social media universe. Your support is greatly appreciated!

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