Our time is fleeting on this earth, but most of us choose to ignore that. We don’t know when we’ll clock out, and we don’t check our life line to gauge our term. We choose to ignore the particular uncomfortable limitation that’s built into our being because we can not control or influence it. We send no time watching the meter, but instead, we live our lives as if there is no end in sight. We become more powerful because of our choice to embrace obliviousness.
Flagrantly flaunting his disregard for time limits, this weed has securely settled in a spot reserved for stays of twenty minutes or less. No matter! Balderdash, ’tis the writing on the curb! He has put down roots and will expand his territory crack by crack until he becomes a nuisance. And how many passersby have stepped one him, or even on him without a second glance? Time does change things though, dear weed. Here is a word of advice: grow low and avoid the radar. Should you grow too tall so as to obstruct traffic, the meter maids will alert the landscapers and then you’ll be on the wanted list.
Please come back tomorrow for a new “Weed Image of the Day” and let me know which ones you like.
We and our weeds are so much more than what we first appear to be.