I’m A’Isha Adams,

a 22-year-old who is living,

breathing, and writing on Seeds Before Water. 

When I am not writing, you can find me reading, painting, in a rustic cafe,

or  hidden in  dense forests far from civilization.

Creation inspire me on the daily, and the

idea  of  helping  others live in

their divine authenticity

is  fulfilling

to me.




Before I reveal what this blog is all about. I’ll start with a question: 

What makes you feel alive?

 I am not asking about near encounters with death or moments infused with adrenaline. I want you to imagine yourself 80 years from now, maybe you’re on your death bed and revisitng memories of your life. If you were to look back at life and all its iconic moments, would you feel fulfilled?




About Seeds Before Water


Seeds Before Water is a representation of all of us. When we plant a seed, it doesn’t grow over night. It takes time. We must water and nurture the plant with love. Growth is not an easy process– but it’s the most gratifying.

In a miraculous way, we are all seeds planted by God. We could be a majestic rose, an eccentric spider plant, or a great oak tree. The possibilities are endless. Join me as we dive into a world of self-discovery. Together we can heal, grow, strengthen, and build our identity in Christ. By sharing experiences, I hope to shift your outlook on difficult moments into one of liberation.

Whatever you’re going through or whatever situation you’re trying to overcome, know that His thoughts towards you are amazing. 

Join me as I explore different insights on living and acquiring ultimate fulfillmentLife is a never ending journey, with different trials and tribulations. Each one shapes us in unique ways, yet allows us to become exactly who we need to be.

Let’s embark on this spiritual journey to connect through scripture, writing, art, and the testimonies of others. The seed has been planted!



If you would like to get in touch with me, please email me at:



Much Love,


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