Paul Gonyea“Remember this: All great projects begin with a dream. You can begin with
nothing. Dreams cost nothing.” Robert Schuller

I read a lovely story recently about something called “The Daffodil Principle.” A
young mother insisted upon taking her own mother to see a field of daffodils at a local
farmhouse, “before they were gone.” The older woman really didn’t want to go, but
eventually they went.

As they arrived at the farmhouse, and turned a corner on the winding path which
passed near a small church, they were met by the breathtaking sight of a five-acre field,
swirling with daffodils in flowing streaks of six different colors, all in full bloom. Near the
small farmhouse was a sign which read, “Answers to the Questions I Know You Are
Asking.” The first answer was short and sweet; “50,000 bulbs.” The second answer was,
“One at a time, by one woman. Two hands, two feet, and very little brain.” The third
answer was, “Began in 1958.” The result of this simple formula was the field of wonder
that they saw spread out before them