I’m down to my last seed
A farmer went out to sow his seed. As he scattered the seed, some fell on the hard path nearby and the birds came and ate it up. As the farmer continued to plant the seeds, some of them fell on soil that was full of rocks. There was not much dirt around the rocks so the seeds started to sprout and grow the very next day. The only problem was, there was little dirt, so the plants didn’t put down roots which would help them become strong and healthy. In the afternoon, the sun was very hot so the plants that had started to grow in the rocky soil withered and died because they had no root in the ground.
Some of the other seeds fell on soil that had been taken over with weeds and thorns. The weeds and thorns grew faster and taller than the plants from the seeds, so they choked out the plants that the sower wanted to grow.
Finally, some seed fell on the good soil that had been ploughed, fertilized, and weeded to make a good place for the seed to grow. Those seeds made healthy plants and produced good fruit.
Uriel says who is going to take my seed and have my children.