Have you bitten into a Jamaican apple? Also known as Otaheite apple, they are dark red or purple skinned, shaped like a pear, sweet and full of thirst quenching juice. My kids adore this tropical fruit and will eat off a dozen in the blink of an eye.
My five year old, ate the apple, saved the seed and planted it himself.
He waters and sings (or talks) to it everyday.
For what seemed like a very long time the little seed didn’t sprout.
Patience persists. Alas, the apple tree sprout has arrived.
I can’t remember if I read or was told (maybe both), that if you hold a seed and roll it around in your mouth, it will absorb saliva and information about your physical being and the trace minerals, that you lack. The seed will sprout into a plant or tree loaded with specific elements that your body calls for. Hmmmmm. What if it’s true??
Faith at it’s finest. Inhale light, exhale love…
One Love, walk good, loving sunday…