My blog is a personal journal of things I love and embrace and wish to focus on. Such as gardening, love for nature, inspirational, spiritual development and charity. These are some of the main components that knits together my personality.
Why Create a blog when there’s social media?
I am not totally ruling out social media, but the idea of creating my own space my own space and becoming more versatile has long dawned upon me, especially being some-one who appreciates calm and a depths. I hope this offers me a balance of both while creating a log for my gardening activities.. (scroll if you are interested to know more)
I was given the name “Dgentle Gardener” during the early stages of my gardening career back in 2013 by one of my Facebook followers “Adam Peacook” a very kind gentleman. He was of the opinion that my then gardening name was not appealing to my appearance, and further suggested I had more the likeness of a “gentle gardener”. This was the moment my garden name“dgentlegardener” was given birth and has since helped in perpetuating my gardening identity. Sometimes the most strangest connections can bring about beautiful results.
I strongly belief each person have their individual path in life to follow. Being uniquely created no two persons are exactly the same. Therefore though at times our ideas and ways of doing things may differ, there is no need to be disrespectful or hateful. There are hidden eloquence in things that are opposite or different. Choose to look with humble eyes and maintain a gentle spirit.
In learning to embrace everything in life as lessons, you become morally and intellectually richer. Life on its on is a school in which our experiences teaches us, even our mistakes. Never be to proud or reluctant to learn or take corrections, for in doing such we eventually reach our full potential called “GROWTH”!
The success of my gardening has to do with a combining effort of doing what I love with passion, topped with a gentle smile and blessings from the most high 🙂 . Not forgetting being humble enough to learn from others and refusing to give up when things goes wrong. Persistence prevails!
Working in the garden comes with many elevating benefits.. It has not only enhanced my spirituality but helped in improving my general outlook on life. Gardening teaches us priceless values such as “there is a quiet strength in humility.”
After many diversion contemplation and pray I am taking this step of “Faith”, and my only desire is that it serves to uplift and inspire others.
“Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and a forgiving heart one who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them.”
― Marvin J. Ashton