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Trees are often considered as bland, odd objects which are normally taken for granted; nevertheless, I think there's more to a tree that satisfies the eye. They provide oxygen and shade. During the holidays, trees have the ability to spread holiday cheer by sporting holiday decorations. Through supplying, they're always beneficial to the requirements of the others. Rather than having striking beauty such as a flower, trees have are grounded and have a gentle beauty; they're adapted wildflowers for their surroundings. In fact, when I had to compare myself into an inanimate thing, I would choose a tree. A tree has many features in common with me. Attributes such as relying on our roots, observation and strength, and helping others and leaving behind a powerful legacy are a few of the traits we share. All of that I believe are admirable qualities to own. First, a tree begins life as a tiny seed embedded in the Earth, but also with nourishment and time it develops. I also, began life as a little sapling and continued to develop. Together with growth, roots begin to develop. Roots are crucial for a treeвЂ™s survival. They give the tree with nourishment so for it to endure, just like my mother provided me with nourishment and instilled in me skills I use today. The maturation of roots requires commitment and time. The tree has to be subjected to sunlight and water. Sunlight provides the tree energy, and water saturates the roots forming them profoundly. Deeply shaped roots are able to stand throughout most of the effects and activities of nature/environment. My roots are my faith and my mother. Simply having a relationship with Christ stimulates root development. The entire development of my roots happens when I've dedicated my time to authenticate them by studying His word and dep...