To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow
“Might I,” quavered Mary, “might I have a bit of earth?” “Earth!” he repeated. “What do you mean?” “To plant seeds in — to make things grow — to see them come alive.” — Frances H. Burnett, The Secret Garden
"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” This is one of the exceptional quotes from the greatest screen legend in Golden Age Hollywood- Audrey Hepburn.
The quote gracefully talks about inspiration and belief, that the seeds you sow today, or the plants you grow today will someday blossom into a fruitful plant, something wonderful and meaningful.
Relating this to our common life experiences and struggles that each one of us goes through, It tells the simple act of setting something into action that will encourage you to plan the life you want to lead.
It is speaking about taking a moment of anguish and realizing that you can use it to fuel you.
Just like a seed, it can not stay a seed forever, when cared for with nourishing soil, rays of sunshine, and water, they start to become whatever it is they were meant to be.
To really undergo positive change, we must let go of the yesterday and embrace the phases that are about to take place. Believe that you will take on a greater form and improve in several ways, even if it takes time.