DetermiNature

DetermiNature, Beacon Hill Park, Victoria

Spotted this tree on my morning walk the other day and was struck by its determination to live and continue growing.  I felt there was a message in that.  If this diseased and seemingly dead tree can spring new life, then surely each and every one of us must be able to as well.

I get that message from mother also.  If I can only be as persevering and diligent as she is.  Mother’s Message: Do as much as you can for as long as you can!

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2 comments on “DetermiNature
  1. I’ve been amazed at the rate of regrowth on the trees damaged by a recent bush fire in Spain. Incredible how vibrant, green and quickly the new shoots are growing.

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