When I started gardening in grade school, this thought occurred to me – weeds grow by themselves while edible plants die if left unattended. If people will not plant then there will be nothing to eat. Why is life designed this way? Why can’t edible plants and fruit trees grow like weeds that thrive anywhere? One of our college professors said that God had designed it that way to force people to move and act. If you will go to Marshall Islands, 99% if not all of the inhabitants are obese. Why so? Because fish is abundant in the shore and the US government have been paying them a sort of pension to cover all their needs. In short, the natives of that island nation need not work hence they get what they need without working… and that’s what makes them obese. But I still cannot come to terms with that work and eat concept. What I mean is not really the edible plants would grow by itself. Why are edible plants so hard to tend? They need fertilizers and weeds do not, right? Why can’t the plants grow easily like the weeds? Oh well, this question seems to be asking for and answer until now.