Not everyone likes to garden yet this a good era for a lot of us to have the attitude of a gardener – what I call: spaditude. If you want to get back to whatever your version of “the garden” is, it only makes sense to do your share of planting, weeding, and watering.
If you have spaditude:
- You have a green attitude, one that respects all life and knows what a carbon trail is.
- You forgo enough drama in life to make a crawl space for tranquility.
- You celebrate diversity while offering the world your unique ability to juggle 10 salt and pepper shakers without spilling a grain.
- You know when you are wrong and (gulp) admit it.
- You practice forgiveness or ponder that possibility.
- You entertain or accept the idea that we’re connected – one for all, all for one.
What else is in the word spaditude? How would you finish the sentence, If You Have Spaditude: YOU_______________________________ .
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