Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Without A Hedge

“Hedges oftentimes act as protective barriers for gardens, marking a boundary or territory. Their design may be one of encirclement or a ring to offer privacy from what lurks just outside our garden. This line of defense helps act as a buffer to keep harm from touching us. Removing a hedge exposes us, making our soul vulnerable to what may be targeting us.”
Excerpt from my upcoming book: Without A Hedge, Glimpses Into My Life's Garden

photo: Burning Bush Hedge (picture not in book)

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