The science of natural change and growth shows that at critical points in the development of anything the rules shift. A tree, for example, as it matures, slows down its quantitative growth (height & length) and changes to qualitative growth (branches & leaves). It changes its operating model and becomes more integrated into a complex ecosystem. It starts developing deeper relationships with the soil, provides shade, habitat and nourishment to other plants and animals. The tree then goes from an independent entity with one purpose — growing larger, to an interdependent one — developing deeper relationships with its environment.
Nature’s Ultimate Guide To Running A Better Organization
Oday Kamal

This sentence is as breath-taking and beautiful as the silent misty image and imposing trees at the beginning of the article… Beautiful!

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