Weed of Wisdom by Valerie Cheers Brown

Proverbs 24:30-34  I passed by the field of the sluggard And by the vineyard of the man lacking sense, And behold, it was completely overgrown with thistles; Its surface was covered with nettles, And its stone wall was broken down. When I saw, I reflected upon it; I looked, and received instruction. “A little sleep, a little slumber, A little folding of the hands to rest,” Then your poverty will come as a robber And your want like an armed man.

NOTE: You can even batter and fry the flowers.

What makes a plant a weed? The definition is subjective and all that much reliant on connection yet in the event that it’s of a strong nature, an intrusive character and no one truly loves it all that much, greenery will probably be seen as an irritation than premium development.

Be that as it may, once a weed, not generally a weed. Some generally undesirable vegetation have been rebranded recently as simple to-develop cerebrum supporters, disease contenders and regular anti-microbials.

Secret garden right in our front and backyard


From enemy to friend

NOTE: You can even batter and fry the flowers.

Leading the list is the planter’s adversary number 1: dandelion. Scorned in less complex times as a tireless weed pursuing ecological war on very much manicured grass gardens crosswise over the suburbs, dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) is presently the subject of innumerable experimental studies examining its capacity to battle tumor.

Dandelion is a perpetual plant with barbed, splendid green leaves to 30cm long, an empty blossom stem to 30cm and one terminal yellow daisy.

It’s rich in vitamins A, B complex, C and D, minerals including iron, potassium and zinc, and has been utilized for a considerable length of time as a part of customary Native American and Chinese medication.

Lately, therapeutic studies have discovered proof that dandelion stifles the development of a few sorts of CANCER.

King James Bible Matthew 17:20
And Jesus said unto them, Because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you.

Have you ever noticed how we call them, UNWANTED WEEDS just keep coming back and it seems the more we cut them, the faster they come back?

I am going to try this spring and eat weeds and let you know what I think about how they make me feel.

I know, they are all over the place, they I hear many saying, “They mess up your yard’s monoculture, and they’re appallingly difficult to dispose of.” Well, I guess God is trying and has been for some time now trying to tell us or show us something!

According to Chinese medicine “Dandelions are additionally fabulous home grown medication, a great vitamin and mineral pressed spring and fall plate of mixed greens option, a sensible espresso substitute, and a “hyper-aggregator” enhancing your dirt.”

Weed of Wisdom

In our lives we have to do normal weeding. We have to take moral stock of what ought to and ought not be there and act capably to address these “weeds” to put us on the most ideal healthy path in our lives.

Hebrews 12: 1-2 Therefore since we are surrounded by such a cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders us and the sin that so easily entangles.  And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of our faith. 

Little Lesson Learned: Weeding is a necessary and healthy process so we can truly grow into the healthy, uninhibited people we were meant to be.






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