It is a plain principle even among the likes of people that have grown up around farming, or have mothers, like my own, who like to keep a garden. The principle is simplistic but yet so profound, and it is that principle of what you plant is exactly what you’re going to get when the seed grows. If the farmer plants corn, he will not get a pumpkin in its place, but he will get corn. If mom plants a rose bush, in the next season lilies will not grow. In the place of the rosebush, but it will be more roses.