I've been having a lot of fun with apples lately. Noticing the abundance of them, picking them, preparing them, finding apple pie recipes, and making pies. And giving said pies away. It has occurred to me that I have a whole bunch of excellent metaphors here and I'm having a bit of fun with it, so I'm passing it on to you.
First of all, the abundance. I live across the street from a neighbor who has a very green thumb. He has pumpkins (lots!), corn (lots), tomatoes, squash, onions, various kinds of lettuce.....and lots and lots and lots of apples. Four trees, with branches so laden with apples they are bending down to the ground. First metaphor, be flexible so you don't break.
I love metaphors for abundance. Seeing all this abundance in a garden reminds me to remember that there is abundance everywhere, including in my life. In order for me to receive said abundance, I must collect it.
So I've been helping with the harvest. I've picked apples, kept an eye out for tomatoes ready to go, brought home squash, plucked onions. There is a law that says in order to experience abundance in our lives, we must accept it. I'm looking at all this harvesting as a metaphor for accepting and receiving my good.