A Tree is beautiful and in the above image, wise too!
In my opinion, this is what the creator of this wise tree is advising its readers:
Stand tall and proud: Never, ever be ashamed of yourself. We’re all made different for the purpose of uniqueness. So, regardless of your race, height, weight, socioeconomic status, etc. stand tall and be proud of yourself. Even if you’re not satisfied with certain circumstances, you can work to improve them (if it’s possible to do so). While you’re in the process of improvement, however, don’t dump on yourself.
Remember, we’re all unique for a reason!
Go out on a limb: Be willing to take chances in life. You’ll never know what you can do if you don’t try. A blessing could be just around the corner for you, but you won’t know if you don’t take a chance and step out.
Remember your roots: Too many people forget where they come from. While we aim to go farther than where we started, you should never forget the journey that takes you to the place you’re seeking to go. It’s lessons learned from your roots that help make you the person you are.
Drink plenty of water: You can go a long period without food, but you can’t do the same without water. It’s so crucial to the body for so many reasons:
- Weight loss
- Improved skin
- Flushed out toxins
- Prevents constipation
- Better concentration
- And much more
So drink up!
Be content with your natural beauty: It’s so common these days for people to compare themselves to celebrities and say, “why can’t I look like her or him?”
Here’s some reality for you: the celebrities themselves don’t look like that! They’ve been airbrushed or gone under the cosmetic knife to get that “perfect” look.
Once again, we’re all unique for a reason.
Enjoy the view: Life is short. You never know when your time is up. While you’re living, however, do yourself a favor: enjoy life. Laugh often; love more; live always.
So this is the advice behind the wise tree – in my opinion.
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