Shoots (more signs of spring)

In Auburn this weekend, and the vines everywhere – our back yard and throughout the town and district – are shooting. Tender green leaves emerging from seemingly nowhere; old and decrepit root stock (or newer vines for that matter) bursting with new life. It looks great of course, against blue skies and green half grown crops, and is the usual excellent spring metaphor at the same time. How can we ourselves burst with new ideas/ways of thinking/activities/life, from our same old root stock? How can we show our ‘new leaves’, let them grow and flourish, let ourselves grow and flourish, help each other grow and flourish??? (I think I must be full of the joys of spring!) (Note the birds nest among the pics above, which appeared in a previous post, now has vine leaves growing around it again.)

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