Seeds take time to grow

“Seeds take time to grow” was written by guest contributor, Babajide Faseyi.

I learned in school that a seed took 3 to 5 days to germinate, depending on what type of seed it was. And now that I’ve grown to become an adult, I’ve learned that different types of seeds take different amounts of time to germinate and grow.

Your ideas are seeds. Your actions are seeds. The ideas you tell to others are seeds. Your positive actions that serve as examples to others are also seeds, so allow them to take their time to grow in the minds of others.

Another thing I learned in school was that once a seed was planted in the ground, certain forces of nature would take over from me and begin to make the seed to grow. The planting was on me, but the actual growth was to be left in the hands of nature.

Allow your ideas to take the requisite amount of time they need to grow in the minds of others. Allow others to take the amount of time they need to learn from your positive actions that you have been doing so well to display.

(To read more of Babajide’s poetic essays, click here.)

Nature’s hands cannot be forced when it comes to certain things, and that is for good reason. Be content when you have planted your seeds and then allow nature to do its own part as you have done your own part. Don’t think that nothing is happening because something is indeed happening. Allow nature to carry out its own part as you have carried out yours.

Blessings, Babajide

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About the Author: My name is Babajide Faseyi.  I was born and raised in Nigeria and then moved to the United States for college at the age of 19.  In my 20’s, I became acutely aware that there was more to life than I had been taught and this led me to a deep search.  I read voraciously.  After a period of disillusionment with not having an outlet for the creativity that I felt within myself, I encountered Eckhart Tolle’s book, The Power of Now.  And thus, the journey of knowing who I truly am and the discovery of what I have to offer creatively began.  The links to my facebook pages where my writings are posted are – and


  • Anonymous
    Posted May 11, 2017 10:57 am 0Likes

    I’ve been having the feeling that my life is a stand still (i’ve read in Ask and it’s Given Abraham Hicks says that life is in motion always) But why do i see my life is where what it was few yeas back. I really am clogged on this thought and asking for the guidance!!!

    Thank you for the article

  • Andrea Schulman
    Posted May 11, 2017 4:46 pm 0Likes

    Hi Anonymous! I think in a situation like this I would recommend daily morning meditation for some extra clarity, guidance and better feelings in the short-term. Sometimes we get stuck because we become hyper-aware that we aren’t where we wish to be…meditation can clear out this frenetic thinking that keeps things bogged down <3

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