by Rev. Rex A. E. Hunt
There is something deeply ‘human’-ising being in a garden.
Listening to the rustle of eucalyptus leaves in a light spring wind overhead.
Watching a bee flirt with a yellow daisy bush.
Kneeling onto a patch of soil planting a newly purchased seedling,
while gently moving aside a startled reddish-purple Squirter earthworm or two…
Biophilia—the love of nature and living things.
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