The more you plant, the more you grow.
This seems like common sense: more seeds in the soil means more yield later. (Quantity)
Or, the greater the variety–one of this, one of that, one of another–the more total plants. (Quality)
Or, the more time gardening–season after season–the greater the cumulative harvest. (Duration)
Or, the more one “truly gardens” (think Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance), the more one’s “self” truly grows. (Subjective)
Or, “Yes” and “Each” and “All.”
The more you plant the
More you grow. The more you grow
The more you plant again.
This is Learn-Do-Teach-Lead.