Tuscan fields of Sunflowers

Tuscan fields of Sunflowers

Nature’s perfect example can be found everywhere, however my all time favorite is the Sunflower.

There is a growing awakening to the great deception of the control paradigm’s agenda, and some people are now calling for a non-compliance rebellion.  It’s a start in the right direction, however they are still employing resistance tactics in their messaging, which will only get push-back from the perceived opposition.

But, there is only opposition if we view it that way.  Therefore, I’d like to propose a resistance-less option of  what I like to call the ‘quiet revolution of the heart’, which I wrote about in my book; Follow Your Heart, It’s Smarter than You Think.

There are some great ideas expressed by individuals around the globe, with some wonderful solutions being discovered to our biggest problems we are facing.  For those who are still somewhat confused about what they can do as individuals, it is simple; get together with like-minded people to create new communities based on sustainable and harmonious living, from the ground up.  Just follow the Sunflower’s shining example.

The Sunflower's harmonious community of individual blossoms

The Sunflower’s harmonious community of individual blossoms

If you’re not familiar with the Sunflower’s true nature, continue reading to see what Wikipedia has this to say it:

What is usually called the “flower” on a mature sunflower is actually a “flower head” (also known as a “composite flower”) of numerous florets or small flowers, crowded together. The outer petal-bearing florets (ray florets) are sterile and can be yellow, red, orange, or other colors. The florets inside the circular head are called disc florets, which mature into seeds.
The flower petals within the sunflower’s cluster are always in a spiral pattern. Generally, each floret is oriented toward the next by approximately the golden angle, 137.5°, producing a pattern of interconnecting spirals, where the number of left spirals and the number of right spirals are successive Fibonacci numbers. Typically, there are 34 spirals in one direction and 55 in the other; on a very large sunflower there could be 89 in one direction and 144 in the other.[5][6][7] This pattern produces the most efficient packing of seeds within the flower head.[8][9][10]

This is exactly, and all about the power of one person at a time, but supported by each other.  If we follow nature’s perfect example of the Sunflower, we can’t go wrong: many individuals living in harmony together.

Let’s make it a great day…together.

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