“Be a gardener and plant seeds of kindness and service. Take an ECO versus EGO approach to life and watch things bloom.”
Over the years, I’ve been a big fan of the National Geographic show Life Below Zero. The show has become so popular that in recent years it has evolved in a few new spin offs.
With the harsh weather and limited growing season, profiled residents have invested considerable time building greenhouses to grow their own food. Doing this protects the seeds and delicate young plants, and extends the growing season by about a month — resulting in a far more abundant harvest.
Where do you plant seeds of kindness and service in your world?
How have these ECO efforts enriched your life and contributed to your communities?