Posts tagged: cultivation

Growing Things Makes Me Feel Good! The Therapeutic Value of Cultivation

By , September 29, 2009

Growing things, all kinds of things, has become an obsession for me. One normally thinks of growing plants . . . or even animals or children, but how about growing yeast for sourdough or milk cultures for yogurts? These grow too. And there is the same satisfaction of having grown them as when one grows plants. Pride in creation of anything should be considered, I suppose. For example finishing a history paper or shop project, sewing your own clothes, passing an initiative to better your community. Somehow though, helping living things become the best they can be is the most fulfilling of all. So, what is that satisfaction about? Continue reading 'Growing Things Makes Me Feel Good! The Therapeutic Value of Cultivation'»

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