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They say that love is the truth, but its a little more than that; It is true we are all held by the reality of love. Some have it, some lose it, some cant remember where they put it, and keep checking the seals of the freezer for some strange reason. As far as this coco nut goes, I felt it.. and remembered it. But everywhere I could perceive with my senses it wasn't there. So in the mean-time, I began to cultivate a garden of emotions. The first plant of emotions I was shown was jealousy. It seemed such a nasty plant to me I decided to stay away from it where ever I saw it in other peoples gardens. Other people seemed to like it would offer it to me and insist that I must already have some. I didn't like it. I didn't want it anywhere near my garden. A new plant grew from this; anger. It grew on the boundaries of my emotional reality at first, and did such a good job at keeping the jealousy plant out that I let it grow there. Gradually it became a weed threatening to fill my entire emotional garden. But before it did, someone showed me how I could play with words to turn them into laughing plants! Now that was something! I played with words and made as many different laughing plants as I could. People seemed to like this. Most of the time. Then sometimes I would give them one of anger-come-laughing plants and they would change it into a guilt plant. A strange plant that one. I wasn't sure what to do with it so I took it and planted it down the back of my mind in a wet place. It grows a bit like a palm; Its hardy taking advantage of the smallest amount of water or nutrients to continuously grow. Every year it shed masses of berries which readily grow into more guilt plants. I have to keep cleaning up after it, and it's plant that I would prefer to remove someday but I keep it there as an orna-mental specimen. Girls would sometimes offer me anxiety plants, I think they thought they were red roses, but they were clearly anxiety, lonelyness, and fear plants. I was having enough trouble keeping the anger plants in check and cleaning up after the guilt plant that I had to decline the offers, but the only plant I had to do this with was my anger plants. The plants crossed and turned into shame plants. I felt drained by there mere presence and would just cover them over with mulch. But they always come back. After a long time of searching and only being able to add resentment, sadness and desire to my collection, I found a dreamweaver who offered me love! Confused after waiting so long and so certain it was an illusion I checked the botanical description... It looked right.. Have to grow it and see! It certainly was worth the trouble as it has shown itself time and time again to be the most reliable cropper, surviving on the smallest amount of composted laughing plants. And also it allowed me to breed new varieties of laughing plants that resist the root rot that the anger-laughing plant succumbs to changing them into a guilt plants. When I started to give out my purest laughing plants, people would often give me strange plants in return. Many people are looking for a third eye plant! That's just silly! You already have one. You just need to grow it! If you try to transplant a fully grown one you tend to lose most, if not all the leaves until the root zone is established. But that's another story.. Take from this what you will...