"Curiosity is said to have killed the cat, stimulated the child to new discovery and ensured that the mind of mankind is always on the march of progress.
Any creature who possesses the capacity to find beautiful growth in barren ground is most certainly a gardener of humanity. They are some who can see sunshine through the darkest clouds, find hope for the future in the crevices of another's smile, and discover possibilities in someone else's dream. It is from within the cracks of small hope and honest intent that souls are reborn and big changes in one's life are made, and a faith is found that does not wither in sight of possible failure.
When we are buttressed in a belief that will not weaken, our love for all life is forever present and our acceptance of all difference is better understood by the stranger. It is only then that mankind becomes the kind of person their God meant them to be, and the dream of a well-fed world of never-ending friendships becomes the reality of all.
When we see something that is sweet and soft struggling for life between the cracks of humanity, instead of thinking it 'out of place', we should feed and nourish it; make it feel more at home. To witness it displaced and ignored, or trampled underfoot, is nothing short of stopping the rotation of the earth's axis of love. " William Forde: November 23rd, 2017.