Be Like the Tree

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Dear Human,

I have observed that people are very much like trees, constantly turning a new leaf.

The thing is that we don’t see ourselves like a tree. We don’t often have awareness of what season we are in. The season of birth, growth or full bloom? We really have a hard time with the season of letting go. Accepting the need to shed the old and unnecessary things acquired in many of our NOW moments doesn’t come easy does it?

But we must to prepare for the next circle on the ring of our life as BEING.

Each season we live through, whatever it consists of, wants to bring a deeper sense of understanding. A stronger unveiling of the things we know but have forgotten or a simply hidden behind the veil of learned life.

Trees don’t resist their cycles. They simply live them. When the weather changes the tree changes with it. Humans can be reminded of much from a tree.

Love,
Sheri

Photo Image: I combined the quote with a Google images photo

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28 Responses to Be Like the Tree

  1. As always, deeply healing message!!!!

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  2. I don’t think Rumi was necessarily thinking about things in the external world that we need to let go of but rather the beliefs we accumulate over the course of our lives. These are the leaves we need to release – these are the things that veil reality from our perception. When you clear your mind you see a new world, and he’s reminding us we need to do it all the time.

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  3. Such a great image and imagery by Rumi! Along the way, some of my best friends have been trees. There was a time in my life that I preferred trees to humans. Thankfully, I’ve moved beyond that stage. One of my current exchanges with trees is that they ground my energy and I carry theirs around to give them the sense of mobility. We support one another in that way. Love to you ♥

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