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The Tree of Life can represent a vast range of meanings and is a universal spiritual symbol across many different cultures and religions.

1. Connection to the environment

Everyone is deeply connected to the world and dependent on their surroundings for ability to grow and thrive. The tree similarly has roots that reach deeply into the soil and receiving nourishment from Mother Earth, and leaves and branches that reach into the sky receiving energy from Father Sun.

2. Connection to family and ancestors

A branching tree symbolizes the generations and continuity in a family. 

3. Personal Growth

Baby trees start out all looking the same. As they grow older, they weather storms and  their branches may break and grow back in a different direction. The soil beneath them may erode away, forcing them to grow even stronger roots to hold on. Over time, they grow into individuals shaped by their environment, just like our broad experiences in life make us into who we are.

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