A wonderful story about giving and receiving.
There are trees called Sequoia and Red Woods, they are found in California. There is even an entire forest, the Red Wood Forest. Some trees are hundreds or even thousands of years old, but surprisingly, their roots are not deep. The trees there have survived huge storms, earthquakes, but how did they do it, without deep roots? Their secret is that their roots under the ground seek their fellow tree beings and intertwine to create a permanent bond. Thus, all trees in the entire forest give support to each other in a direct or indirect way. Unity is therefore their strength. They spread to take care of each other. And even the tiny red trees with their tiny roots find protection underneath the big giants. In this example, nature offers us a very important lesson. It is that our true strength is our willingness to care and support each other. Us humans are nurses of the divine property. Wisdom is to understand the simple and universal principle that when we give, we receive. When we receive things, we can earn a living, and by giving, we give life. When we understand that when we are all connected together, we can only collaborate and change our world into a positive one.