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What I learned from a Tree

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I was always fascinated by the tree and its structure. A few months back, I felt like there was some message from the tree but couldn’t decipher it. So, one fine day I was sitting in front of a tree. It felt that the tree has the freedom of expressing and growing to its fullest potential. As I looked at the tree, I see all its roots, branches, and leaves growing in every direction it finds, exploring its space with no frame of how and where it should grow. When it’s free and explored all the space and direction, it becomes wise and gives the fruit. Fruit is a symbol of offering to the world. When I truly express my potential, it benefits the ones around me, and I will have a deep sense of contentment giving more and more.  I found a resemblance of a tree in my own life where there numerous do’s and don’ts which didn’t have any space to explore. Then I started blaming the environment and circumstances around me for limiting my exploration and growth. Then there was a tree that had grown despite all the harsh weather and circumstances.  It shifted my attention from environment and circumstances towards myself as it was root and branches, I must let them explore, and environment adjusts. The next thing was it taught me about the impermanence of everything around me and how to befriend it. It grows fruits and flowers with such a love and passion, but it lets go of everything and stands bare when winter comes. It believes beauty is not on the things you possess, and you are yourself beautiful in your essence.

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