The Seed=Life Sunlight=Parents Soil=Home/Foundation Water=Food/nourishment
The Seed <ul><li>The Seed represents the life of a newborn. The beginning of life. Water represents the life sustenance mechanisms. Sunlight represents the source of power and energy while the Soil represents the foundation. Carbon dioxide represents outside forces that affects the whole. Oxygen represents the output, or end result. </li></ul>
Plant=childhood to adolescent stage Water =food , nourishment, education, training Sunlight =parents advice and guidance, teachings Soil=Home, the foundation of every child. Carbon Dioxide =influences, surrounding, peer, friends, community, media, internet Oxygen =attitude, beliefs, habits, norms, ideas, reactions, ideas, dreams, goals
Plant=childhood to adolescent stage <ul><li>The stage when an individual becomes very receptive to his environment. Inputs are vital in the output of one’s well-being. </li></ul><ul><li>The reactions are mere results of the culmination of all relative inputs. </li></ul><ul><li>The phase when an individual questions and asks about things, responds to stimuli and evolves entirely. </li></ul>
Tree=Adulthood to Old age Oxygen =accomplishments, contributions to society Water =business, compensation, loans, pension, retirement benefits, donations, government funding Carbon Dioxide =influences, surrounding, peers, friends, community, media, internet, luxury, vices and debts Soil =own house, condo unit, apartment, town house, rental house, nursing home/care home, streets Sunlight =parents, children, husband/wife, grandchildren
Tree=Adulthood to Old age <ul><li>The phase of human fulfillment to self realization. Time when the individual is exposed on the realities of life. </li></ul><ul><li>The transitional phase of man’s existence and his reaction to the world. </li></ul><ul><li>The nearness to the result of human endeavor and action. </li></ul>
Log=Death Burned into ashes? Scattered by the wind and leave no traces. Recycled into paper? Renewed endlessly.
Log=Death <ul><li>The end result of human life. Burned logs turn into ashes and leave no trace. Dead logs are only good for bonfires. </li></ul><ul><li>Logs delivered to paper mills are recycled endlessly. Good logs transform into a different phase such as paper, retained as furniture or house implement and foundation. </li></ul>