Naked In The Garden

“Adam and Eve were the first gardeners. They lived in the Garden of Eden, a perfect place with no thorns or weeds, and where plants produced their fruit easily.”
ref: All About Creation

Okay, fine, but Adam and Eve were naked in the garden.
“Adam and Eve were naked in the Garden of Eden before eating the fruit of knowledge. Then they had to cover up on God’s command when they were cast out of the garden.” as I found stated in a page on another web site.

“The story of Adam and Eve, and what happened in the garden of Eden, has some bizarre aspects to it which seem to have been completely overlooked by the mainstream.”
ref: Adam and Eve, Emerging Truths

And the very first quote in a section entitled ‘Some Bible Truths To Study’ of a web page on another website, we read:
“Ge:2:25: And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.”
ref: Some Bible Truths To Study, About Christian Naturists

Speaking (or is that writing?) of Naked In The Garden, I came across a blog that had this entry:
World Naked Gardening Day – Make a Difference for Multiple Sclerosis.

Being the curious intellectual that I am, I did some more searching on the topic and found these:
Fine Living: Nude gardening buffs exposed
Celebrate World Naked Gardening Day
World Naked Gardening Day

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About Roland Louis Hansen

I have been: an organization development consultant; a college-level instructor of political science, psychology, and sociology; a public administrator; a social worker; an elected official; a political operative; a community activist; a union official; a shoe salesman and manager, a factory worker; a fast food restaurant employee; and, a custodian.
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5 Responses to Naked In The Garden

  1. Chris says:

    be careful with those shears.

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  2. Chris says:

    naked gardening day is a fine day to pull out the hoe.

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  3. Chris says:

    let’s just hope the sun is warm and there isn’t a stiff breeze.

    ok, i’m done.

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  4. My turn 😉

    Well Roland, I was beginning to doubt your sincerity after the first 2 links, but you redeemed yourself with the third 😉

    in the bottom right picture, the lady had a very nice bunch of “flowers.”

    Nice and showy!

    :-]

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  5. Tim Higgins says:

    Roland,

    Without reducing discussion to clever reparte and double entendre (and I can’t tell you how tough a battle that was), my chief concern for these folks is the potential for poison ivy.

    Yipe!

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