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Flower Power: How Their Natural Beauty Is Revolutionizing The World

Turn on the news and you will notice that the world is presented as a fairly ugly place.

The bottom line is: words often fail us. They are…limited.

People get upset and use words as weapons. Next thing you know, we have divided humanity rather than uniting us.

I am not crazy about the headlines or the manipulation of the media to provoke reactions from the masses.

But there is one thing I am over the moon about, and that is the surge of beauty and creativity I find online these days.

Fire up Pinterest and Instagram, and you will notice that beauty has become a global movement and creativity is at an all time high.

And guess who the beauty movement leaders are?

Yup, you guessed it. They are women.

They know a little secret: flowers are powerful. They are quiet, yet transformative. They affect people in ways words cannot. Flowers heal us. Each and every single one shines with earth light.

And we could also shine with earth light, too, if we would slow down to the speed of life.

Maybe like me, you have always adored flowers and yet always found the traditional floral businesses to be rather old-fashioned and ho-hum. No longer! Flowers have become a creative medium, not merely a collection of old standards you can send to express congratulations or condolences.

Flower bouquets are the new poetry. And these poems are multi-sensual, colorful and awe-inspiring. The poets are artists who are also business women. Visual impact is valuable. Variety is something to celebrate.

So three cheers for flowers! I am a big fan myself and I do my best to share the wealth of beauty growing in our yard. The women below are leaders in the flower power movement, and I have nothing but respect for them. Please check them out, if you haven’t already. I’d love to hear what you think!

Armload Of Flowers: Erin Benzakein

Wildflower Worshiper: Katie Daisy

Flower Petal Artist: Bridget Beth Collins

Flowers For Transformation: Katie Hess

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