By Elaine B. Holtz
With the seeds of the sunflower running through my hands,
I saw and felt the oneness of it all.
For it is in the understanding of the seed that we see all.
For we are all, all of the great divine the great process.
Each and every form of life on this planet forms first within a seed.
Perhaps even the big bang itself was a cellular explosion
of the continuum of seed.
The great mystery is a simple fact: We are all of seed.
Our fractionations and habitats may be different,
But our beginnings and needs are pretty much the same.
All life as we know it needs air, oxygen, water, food, space and sleep.
All life as we know it experiences various forms of transformation.
All have their beginning time, their in-between time and their final time.
There is no need to know anything beyond the truth of the seed.
We are of one source.