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The Potential Of Small Beginnings


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“It (mustard seed) is the smallest of all seeds, but when it has grown it is larger than all the garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and make nests in its branches.”

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2 Responses to The Potential Of Small Beginnings

  1. Alex Jones says:

    A plant in its small way that inspires.

    • Yes and in this case how!
      The mustard needs no special inputs to grow and if it should get a little water and fertilizer it shoots up,
      One mustard plant produces hundreds perhaps thousands of seeds and hence has the potential of so producing so many plants.
      Every part of the mustard whether stems and leaves,seeds.flowers etc are edible so with mustard in your garden you have something to eat all the while.And the dishes are easy to make and tasty.Oil and herbal medicines can be derived from the plant.And fields of mustard blooming with yellow flowers are a sight to see.
      Animals do not tend to eat the plants easily because of the sharp taste of the oils in it.
      And once mustard is sown,its hard to eradicate completely.It keeps germinating by itself year after year.And each plant is as useful as its fore bearers.
      Now if we see our loose change as mustard seeds and we set them to multiplying how much value could we get with next to no effort?
      Every body would love to invest large sums or start mighty businesses with massive investments.Buy why wait?The small change in our hands is probably our surest way the way to large corpuses and stake money,

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