If we pick every flower, what is left for passers-by to savour?
And if harvesting fields, orchards, vineyards, and woods takes everything, what about the next generation of growth? Where will it come from?
Our cycles for judging fruitfulness and success have become catastrophically short-term, and the consequences are all around.
We think we have failed if we don’t see an immediate return.
Yet it doesn’t have to be like this.
We can choose another way.
What will you plant from your harvest, and what will you leave for others to glean?