This little flower here has an amazing story to tell. It is almost unbelievable. This is a school project for my youngest daughter. All students in her class planted sunflowers in small styrofoam cups and brought them home. Well, we didn’t pay much attention to that flower until we got a letter from her teacher saying that we needed to transfer that flower to a bigger pot or garden. Then teacher asked that child and parent take a series of pictures that capture how the plant will grow over the summer and show how we took care of it. These pictures will be reported back to the teacher in September. I panicked for a moment, the flower was dying, or maybe even died, (I am not quite sure as I know nothing about flowers). We didn’t know how serious the teacher was about this project so we left the plant in a corner of the house, not paying attention to it and not watering it. I had no hopes that it was going to survive but I took the sunflower to my mom’s garden and planted it there anyhow. A week after, we went to visit my mom and she said that sunflower had survived. We went in the garden and took this picture so we can report it to the teacher in September. I just took one picture in a rush and happy that my daughter will have something for the report. I didn’t look back at this picture until yesterday when I wrote the poem “My name is LOVE and you cannot kill me.” I wanted to illustrate Love with how a plant fights to survive. I was surprised when I looked at this picture. It really tells you something, and all this was just a coincidence; nothing was planned. I am asking myself, how can things synchronize in such effortless matter giving us a bigger picture of the bigger meanings?
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Ardiana Bani holds a Master of Science Degree in Psychology, and Bachelor Degree in Mathematics. She enjoys every minute of this life with family and friends, and doing what she mostly likes to do, teaching mathematics and psychology to her college students and writing on her free time. Her interests include anything that requires critical thinking such as mathematics, science, human behavior, astrology, astronomy, and ancient philosophy. She also loves to write poems, listening to all kinds of music, dancing free style because can't follow instructions, unless it's ballroom dancing, traveling and meeting with new people. Ardiana Bani wrote her books in the field of self-discovery and self-improvement hoping to bring some awareness to the fact that a Universal Intelligence exists, and that humans behave in specific and unique ways but also in most predictable ways due to the 12 natural laws of antimatter. Ardiana discovered that these 12 laws of antimatter that affect our consciousness, thinking and behavior are mirror image of the laws of physics that apply in the material world too. Ardiana can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org View all posts by Ardiana Bani