Well said by D. Antoinette Joy ” I am in awe of flowers not because of their colours but because even though they have dirt in their roots, they still grow, they still bloom”.
Blossoming here signifies the vigour that helps flowers to bloom after autumn. In spring it has its perfect timing to grow, but in autumn it has the courage to withhold winters and shine after it is over. Winter shrinks the flower but it musters up strength to assimilate the pain and is all set to shine after winter concludes.
The God who gave flowers the strength to overcome the frigid winter, has himself promised in the Bible, ‘I am your refuge and strength’, and he adds ‘I will look on you with favour and make you fruitful’.
It is worthwhile to realize someone up there is more concerned for you to bloom, far more than you think yourself.