Love Your Roots
A dead tree is what they thought so it was cut down only to find out later the root of that tree was still alive. It no longer had the strength to bear the leaves and branches and so the leaves and branches began to die and fall off as if dead from the chill. Once the dead of the old tree is removed the root bears a new sprout. Quite similar to a tree that goes dormant during winter. It may appear as if dead not bearing any leaves or fruit, but if pruned and cared for it might have enough strength to bear again in the Spring. All the food gathered during the growing season the sun’s rays, the carbon monoxide, the rain/water, the fertility of love, went to feed the root and to be stored for winter to keep the root alive, so it could support the trees new growth in the Spring. Another year of a good root can support new leaves and fruit. So when you see new sprouts on your roots stored know they are like trees to be grown and stored for the root in us to feed on during the chill of winter.