The ground calls forth the lightning

Being heard may not be the spark in living, but seems to be the receiver, the tinder.

In an effort to live, we put forth shoots and tendrils. When these find soft moist good earth (another way to spell heart; ear, heart, earth are bodily related) then the spark of life catches, then there is fire. The spark falling on unreceptive materials dies before it lives. Received goes. The ground calls forth the lightning.

:- Doug.

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