NOPE…as I recently discovered.
This is “Lil” which I acquired from my divorce, thirty-two years ago as a baby plant in an 8-inch container.
She has been with me through thick and thin. She has been farmed-out over the years, when I have been homeless with no where to keep her and then returned when I had another place to live.
In June of this year once again, I became homeless. My former neighbor, Marge graciously offered to keep “LiL” until I had a place for her. Bless you Marge!
I visited Lil whenever I was in the area. And, last week I got an email from Marge say that Lil had taken a turn for the worse and was not doing too good. After making a way over to see her, I concurred.
So, what was making her go down hill? She had been given excellent care during these past months: perfect lighting, staying in a nice corner in a lovely room.
I remembered there have been studies where two identical plants were subjected to tests to see if they had reactions to human thoughts/speaking.
One plant was issued pleasant thoughts/words of love, kindness and positive feelings. The other plant was subjected to hateful thoughts/words of anger and such. In time, the plant that received negative energy withered and died.
So, if plants respond to human energy then why couldn’t Lil be missing my energy after a 32-year relationship? Why not? I sure missed her.
I am pretty sure that Marge doesn’t chant everyday or have a discipline of spiritual practices that Lil has heard and felt for many years. Energy is energy and could it be that she is responding, (after my four months absence) to the lack of my familiar daily rituals and company? I wondered.
Anyway, I immediately went to work of seeing how I could have her nearer to me so I could at least see her everyday.
It all worked out with several friends who pitched in on a rescue mission. Anita helped transport Lil and Sandra B. offered her house where I can walk to everyday and visit Lil. Layla managed to move Lil with heavy lifting. Thank you.
As you can see from the photo Lil has responded very well after just a short time. I have sat next to her, reading a book and visit daily. And, when there is no one around? Yes, I offer prayers and such, in the company of a long-time friend who just happens to live in dirt.
So, the next time you get angry and think you are alone in the house. Remember, if you have plants around? Your thoughts and emotions could affect another living entity nearby. Imagine that…what if? LOL Blessings~