If you’re going to plant something, make it your:
Reliance on God.
Don’t plant doubt. Doubt is a weed.
Grows fast and takes over everything.
No fruit or flowers can grow
With doubt around.
Doubt will have your well-maintained yard of confidence
A Jungle. Chaos. Hell.
In no time.
Doubt is like poison ivy:
Starts an itch that can’t be satisfied.
Once doubt takes over, I can’t stop it.
I’d have to burn my whole house down
To the ground
To beat it.
Have no worth.
I steal my mirth
With a Confidence dearth.
I can’t keep this yard on my own. Ask for help.
I’m an inexperienced novice with no skills.
No one ever taught me how to be awesome.
Everyone only reminded me of fear and failure.
God’s been doing this since the beginning of time.
So pay attention.
Oh, Petal. Doubt has no place
In a garden of self-esteem and worth.
Stop tearing up this dirt, sweating over the hurt.
Stop watering negativity with tears, bitterness, and concern.
We were made to blossom and thrive, Buttercup.
Don’t worry, Late-Bloomer.
Every plant has its cycle. Be patient.
Sometimes, the most rare flowers take the longest.
My value and worth aren’t earned.
They. Are. Inherited.
Passed down from my Father.
Genetic. Kinetic. Poetic. Prophetic.
No one can take it away.
No one. Not even myself.
Unless I give permission.
So how can I doubt that, Tulip?