LESSONS FROM AN OAK TREE

Have you ever seen a giant oak tree whose branches spread out over hundred of feet in all different direction? They are huge, substantial, and heavy masses weighing thousands of pounds. I've often been amazed and wondered how those branches don't just snap right off.

But all the branches of the tree are supported by one foundation—one trunk, one root system. While the tree's root system is unsees and sometimes unappreciated, the proof that it exists can't be denied. In fact, it's been said that a tree's root system can grow out two to three times wider and deeper than the height of the tree itself.

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