“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.”
— Robert Louis Stevenson
In harvest time the rewards are external. At last, the crop is fully grown. Matured, you can pick it, eat your fill, and be satisfied. During planting season, however, the rewards are internal. The seed, inconsequential in size, is sown, covered up, and remains hidden for months. Although you can't see it, growth is happening beneath the soil.
Planting seeds, although a small act, is always how something big must begin. While at the start, you don’t have much to show, trust that the labor you’re putting in will matter and mean something in the end.
Don’t shun the small things. Plant your seeds. Do that and you’ll reap your harvest.