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Garden Harvests The harvest of autumn takes hold of us once a year. Farmers collect the months-sometimes little reward for his heroic efforts started earlier. For those of us who are amateur or family gardeners, fall is the time for us to take firm pumpkin orange, bright green broccoli flowers and big red tomatoes from their vines. As we reap the rewards of our months of work and expected from the depths of the earth, black, black, we realize our personal power. If it were not for our work, were it not for its attention and timely response to environmental hazards, these fruits should not be assumed. The seeds were sown in the spring have given us support and safety for frigidness come. Like our work in the garden, we have no power individually, as there is power in isolation. Only when we work with others and interact to produce something of value, with constant alertness to the external variables and the responses of others, have the power. Our personal power increases our own ability and that of others. When the seedlings thickened, thinned so as not to drown each other. When weight fell from the vine, supported us. When the drought threat to his own life, and it spilled. When the bugs invaded, protecting us. When it was bitter cold in their foliage, protected us. Through our power that gave birth to something new and wonderful it would not have existed without us. This was not fulfilled through the power of the seed, but through the power of the seed, leaving ourselves open, vulnerable, and ready to act with the environment. The power has historically been considered a situation where you have to lose for another to win. That is not power, that is strength. The real power is connected with...