The Gardener’s Greeting

Deep connections are not often found but are worth everything.
Music – Reflections

Common Elder Flower
The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulates the creative mind.
Albert Einstein

There’s nothing like the peace of the countryside, the quiet and the lack of distraction. It helps you to focus your mind.
Jenny Nimmo

Bengal Rose
When you quiet your mind, you can enter a world of clarity, peace and understanding.
Alice Coltrane

Bengal Rose
Everyone can identify with a fragrant garden, with beauty of sunset, with the quiet of nature, with a warm and cozy cottage.
Thomas Kinkade

Who would have thunk it?
Useless facts until you need useless facts.

Fossil worms from China, aged 500 million years plus, display one of the earliest forms of symbiosis between invertebrates.

Clouds cover two-thirds of our planet Earth at any one time.

The two pieces of the Titanic are separated by around 2,000 feet. The wreck lies at a depth of about 12,500 feet. Of the 1500 people killed in the disaster, only 340 bodies were recovered. The body of the ship’s Captain Edward Smith, was never found. James McGrady, a liner steward, was the last body retrieved on June 12 1912, two months after the sinking.

It is believed that by 2028 Quantum Computers will be able to generate AI capable of doing anything we can do as humans, if not better …

Asparagus is a member of the Lily family.

The strawberry is the only fruit that has seeds on the outside. These seeds can number around 200.

I know, right!
Who would have thunk it?

Wishing all you great folks a fabulous day!

Published by The Autistic Composter

Earthly Comforts is a wildlife journaling scrapbook focusing on the countryside, wildlife biodiversity and environmental conservation, flora and fauna volunteering projects, gardening, composting and vermiculture, inspiration, poetry and photography.

31 thoughts on “The Gardener’s Greeting

      1. We have been lucky for some of this week, the weather is fine currently which is just as well as l am harvesting vermicast and making the worms ready for transfer. It’s long tiring work, but rains are due again soon so the race is on 🙂

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  1. Cool facts! I didn’t know that about asparagus. The quotes are lovely and the photos as well. I love hollyhocks but have never had much luck with them. The angles of that photo make it all the more captivating. Thank you for a beautiful start to the day Rory ☺️🌷

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  2. Well if you want to you can have an AI funeral … or you can have the classic and classy personal touches you get from the human experience ✌️ can an AI care for you during a loss – I don’t think so … still be cold – unless you want cold

    Great loss to society to take away jobs and make the world even colder 😮😳

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    1. Yes l totally agree with you, l was reading only yesterday a news article where upon even Elon Musk is saying a halt needs to be applied to AI and designers need to become more savvy to the potential damage they are about to unleash to the world.

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