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What “seeds” (real or metaphorical) are you planting this spring?


“Sowing the seeds of love. In our world, today and always, we need more love and less hate and intolerance.”—Dr. Scott Wright, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Passion in the Medical Profession | March 18, 2022 | <1 min read


Dr. Scott Wright, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Sowing the seeds of love. (Not just a good “Tears for Fears” song). In our world, today and always, we need more love and less hate and intolerance.

Dr. Shannon Scott-Vernaglia, Mass General

Sowing seeds of hope for a kinder world.

What do you think?

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Kim Williams, Admin Specialist, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, and crocuses. I’ve also been considering two lovely flowering bushes: azalea and rhododendron.

Dr. Colleen Christmas, Johns Hopkins Medicine

I love my vegetable garden, so will sow those seeds, but additionally want to cultivate seeds of hope.

Dr. Jeff Millstein, Penn Medicine

Seeds of doubt in the minds of those who’re certain that they know all the answers.

Dr. Margaret Chisolm, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Planting lots of metaphorical seeds through visual art art poetry, along with a few real seeds including Ukrainian heirloom tomatoes.

Dr. Rachel Salas, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Seeds of gratitude.