"Why we love flowers...Flowers have a universal appeal. No one can walk away unmoved. They appeal to so many of our senses. We relish the sight of them, the feel of them and their glorious fragrance.
Flowers are symbolic, with roses connoting strong emotions, violets sweetness, orchid’s sophistication and daisies youthful innocence. Send someone a bouquet and you'll convey a very special message.
Regardless of how complex and technical our lives become, we will always be mesmerized by one of nature's loveliest and most abundant gifts."
An excerpt from this month's featured book by Jon Carloftis, "First a Garden"
Life can be crazy. Complex. Technical. But there are moments when we need to "stop and smell the roses." Do that today. And in the stopping ask the Lord what He wants to say to you. Today, In this moment. When the craziness stops just long enough to take in part of the wonders He has created.
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