The Most Poetic Way a Plant Teaches us Self-Compassion.

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One of my favorite things (ever) is watching a brand new leaf unfurl right before my eyes.

Each day, bit by bit, the leaf unfolds — slowly, gracefully, without rush. And I accept it. I know it takes time. I’m okay with it. I watch and I wait, while days pass, sometimes weeks, before the leaf exposes her thin…

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