The Roots: What Grounds Us
Roots perform many functions, such as digging down to provide stability and strength and drawing water and nutrients up for the organism. The root system of a tree will be just as large and wide as the branches are. In your personal tree of resiliency, your roots ground you in some of the most basic aspects of life and death. Here you draw nutrients to feed yourself, you sustain your physical body, and you face survival questions of fear and stress. Resilient roots will supply your life with strength, keep you stable, and feed you. Let’s dig into those root systems!
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