I’m not talking about an actual garden.
I’m referring to your spiritual garden, your emotional garden, and your mental garden.
You ever wonder why you feel less of a person or unhappy when you give your all, but everything you give doesn’t get reciprocated?
You ever feel the need to be “Superwoman” in all aspects of your life so that you can be liked, loved, and appreciated by others?
Do you ever compare your life to others and feel down because you haven’t reached the success that they have?
If you’ve experienced any or all these things, well honey…you are using your water for other people’s gardens to bloom while your garden withers. You use so much water that you don’t leave enough for your own garden.
You have to realize that you are just as special and important as anyone else. You have a purpose in life and when you fill your cup with self-care, self- awareness, and self-love, your cup will overflow with blessings.
Your garden nourishes your soul when you water it. As your garden blooms, so does your spirit, which leaves you to look at life with a more positive outlook.
Take care of YOU first, because who’s going to look out for you better than yourself?
We get so used to watering the gardens of others that we forget that we planted the seeds for ours. We neglect our garden to make sure everyone else’s bloom. How will you ever know how beautiful your garden could be if you don’t take care of it?
From this moment on, I want you to take a look at your garden and see what needs to be done. Are there self-defeating weeds you need to pull? What about self-doubting buds that didn’t make it? Or those pesky low self-esteem stems with missing petals? Remove them all, water it, and turn your garden into a beautiful bed of flowers and roses like you know it could be.