Aloe Vera Transplant
These photos are symbolic of life…
I got an aloe vera plant, which has potential to produce abundant benefits to others.
On the top page, my new aloe vera plant is well established in the small potting plant which was sufficient to get it started, but it is now constraining the plant and cannot allow it to keep growing. If it is not moved to a larger pot, its roots cannot spread out, it will stop growing at best, and at worse die. This isn’t because its a defective plant, or a defective pot – rather its an ineffective combination given the limits and needs of each other, and their intended purposes.
I need to transfer the aloe vera plant into a larger pot to support its growth so it can be more beneficial to me and others. The plant must be regularly well cared for, but even if its well watered and kept in sufficient sunlight, it needs to be rooted in an environment that is conducive to its own natural process of growth.
Be kind to your roots, even though the roots are invisible and remain under dirt, they are everything to the plant.
Where can you find a parallel to this in your own life?