Trodden’d Upon

In 1598 William Shakespeare wrote the following . . .

“Camomile, the more it is trodden on, the faster it grows”
(That is how they spelled Chamomile back then)

In our time, I’m thinking the more
we are trodden on the meaner we get.

I’m also thinking it doesn’t need to be that way.
Being trodden on forces change by changing a normal
expected pattern into a pattern of needing to think out of the box
so we grow in a different way.

Enjoy some Chamomile Tea

Debbie

Author: Dr. Deb

Things frequently roll around in my head regarding the strange naturally occurring dichotomies of life. If you look closely, strange situations and occurrences have two parts and most of the time those two parts are mutually exclusive of each other and/or completely contradictory. Both create interesting "back fence talk" no matter what I do.

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