I was told as a kid that if I ate too many watermelon seeds that I would grow a watermelon in my stomach. Maybe that is why it seems that they only sell "seedless" watermelons at the grocery store. I may have been naive to believe that the seeds in my stomach would grow watermelons but the myth wasn't far from the truth. Watermelons seeds reap watermelons. Just as apple seeds bring apple trees or wheat seeds bring fields of wheat. Whatever we sow into the ground is what comes up. The same is true with our lives. When we invest money, we make more money. When we invest in people, we tend to have more friends. When we invest in a sport or hobby or our faith, we tend to grow. Unfortunately, when we invest in negativity, we tend to grow more negative. When we invest in judgment or scorn or bitterness or anger, we tend to be judged or scorned or treated with bitterness or anger. We reap what we sow. So what? Exactly. What do we want to reap, that is what we should sow.