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November 30, 2022


Stuart Murdoch

Hi Jim

Thank you so much for this profound, inspirational arboreal reflection. This touched me so deeply as over recent years I have annually grown, and will continue to grow many trees from seed, Oaks from Acorns, Horse Chestnuts from Chestnuts, Scots Pines from the seeds harvested from Pinecones. Each having their own ways of propagation. Each sapling protected from the carnage and massacre that can be caused by Grey Squirrels is then handed over to a Private Woodland Estate to plant in the memory of Loved Ones who I have journeyed with as a Hospice Chaplain and have died. I watch those trees slowly grow and mature and remember fondly those who I have been called to serve and minister. Thank you once again for sharing your heart and thoughts.

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