1) To grow thriving sources of nourishment, one shall regularly weed out competitive energies sucking away space and attention.

2) The same thing could represent a toxic threat somewhere, but somewhere else it could very well be an abundant source of beauty, joy and utility.

3) Sometimes one may think that the problem is “this” because it is manifested “here” in this “shape” (eg. a single blade of grass on the edge of the onion bed), but then, if one digs deeper, without rushing, without ripping away mindlessly thinking “I get it”, instead listening in silence to the very same signals weed is giving you, you find out that its roots were coming from very far away and they were threatening to smother that onion, but you could not see them, because they were not under the sun but in the darkness. Sometimes truth cannot be seen, but only felt.

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