In my last blog post titled Power of a Seed, I received a response from a reader who said she planted sunflowers on Wednesday. Overnight, they’d already sprouted and green was appearing through the soil.
Already? I thought, how can that be? Most seeds take one to two weeks to germinate and sprout.
But then I re-read her message and noticed the operative word “ONE” seed. Not all had sprouted, just one. This reminds me that everything on earth grows at different rates, some things more quickly than others.