The Constant Gardener

The constant gardener tends his field all year long.
He pulls up weeds in the summer and does not let them take root in the winter.
The occasional gardener pulls up weeds in the summer only, forgetting that when they take root in the winter they come back stronger.
The lazy gardener thinks his field has not weeds and does nothing but enjoy the sun of summer.
It is the lazy gardener who blames God the most when he realises that his garden has become nothing but weeds and brambles.
The occasional gardener blames God when he discovers that the weeds have come back despite all his effort.
The constant gardener blames no one and enjoys a constant summer.