Stella Payton — 'Bloom where you are planted and sow where you are fed '. [quote=Todd Easton]I don't think the quote comes from the Bible. One Internet source attributed it to an Afghan proverb, another source to. Spring is here. This quote will remind you that you can bloom where ever you are planted.
The Bishop of Geneva, Saint Francis de Sales () is credited with the quote, "bloom where you are planted." Later Mary Engelbreit. A very good friend of mine, Jeanie Larson, used to tell me to “Bloom Where You Are Planted“. At the time, years ago, I did not understand what she meant but. Even if you find yourself planted under some concrete at the moment, look for the crack in the concrete to find your way out. And despite all.
“Bloom where you are planted.” flower. By Brenda Puckett Supposedly the Bishop of Geneva, Saint Francis de Sales () is credited with this quote. With that said, I had no idea that the quote “Bloom where you're planted” derived from the Bible (1 Corinthians ). Love it! Essentially to. In the middle of a chapter that deals primarily with issues relating to marriage and singleness, Paul makes an important statement about calling and work.