They are one of the most knotty and rudest companions of the forest; the ancient mountain-trees laugh in autumn with their bright yellow leaves under the sunlight within the mixed forests. The conifers of our mountain forests are glad and grateful to the maple neighbor. Its leaves precious humus in higher regions which the beech can no longer grow without. Its roots resemble the flat rooting of the spruce tree; they open up deep earth layers of the mountain slopes and its young, sugary shoots are one of the biggest delicacies of the year for all the four-legged inhabitants.
The maple preserves a unique sense of beauty in its poetic shapes and colors and is not to be underestimated, as it belongs to the tree family that survived centuries and form one of the most precious and hardest woods.
The Importance of Maple for Soul and Health
This message is becoming increasingly important in today's hectic times: "he who hastens has no luck!" Yes, "wisdom" consists not only in communication, but also in silence and noble restraint. Happiness, as we find, is often found in the features of simplicity, originality, and purity.
The maple is the tree of reflection. Compared to the frenzied stress and the hectic transmissions of our time, mainly affecting our circulatory and nervous system, the maple brings the delightfully peaceful and quiet antipode. Maple is calm, durable, energetic, long-lasting and extremely hard.
The energy of the maple is not massive and direct - it is subtle and profound. People who face stress, anxiety, irritation or agitation by life's events, routines, and circumstances find rest with maple surroundings that restore physical and mental health each day in tranquility.
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