#ThursdayTreeLove – 16

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  1. Beautiful plant… good one…

  2. This is really good.. Thanks for sharing.
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  3. That is such a delightful looking tree in a pot 😀 And that quote… Now I’m befuddled. Am I counterfeit?

  4. it’s such a beautiful plant 🙂 I love real plants in the office too.

  5. Rajlakshmi says:

    it’s such a beautiful plant 🙂 I love real plants in the office too.
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  6. A tree in a pot is absolutely incredible! This is such a wonderful initiative of sharing love for trees. Thanks so much for the nudge on twitter! 🙂 Here is one from me: http://www.myyatradiary.com/2017/07/soulie-saturday-11-baby-just-sway.html
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  7. Megha Gupta says:

    wow i have never ever seen something like this. This is brilliant. If everyone tries this than surely this earth will be much more beautiful and green

  8. Shantala says:

    A tree in a pot?! Wow! Who would have thought? It’s the most incredibly wonderful thing I have seen today. 🙂
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  9. Bellybytes says:

    So is it real or fake? Whatever it was it is a lovely potted plant.
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  10. Bhavya says:

    That is such a beautiful looking tree in a pot 😀 And that quote… Now I’m confused. Am I artificial? 😛

  11. Obsessivemom says:

    How on earth did that tree survive in that small pot. Wonders never really do cease.
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  12. Though the site is pretty because its different… my heart goes out to the roots…how crammed they might be feeling…no room for self growth yet have to support the growing upper part!!! Is it not symbolic of what life has become now for many…
    Anagha From Team MocktailMommies

  13. Martha says:

    I found your blog from another Tree lover and will be posting my tree! Thanks for the links to other beautiful photos.

  14. Alana says:

    I bought a young bonsai once (a small tree in a pot). I didn’t keep it alive for that long – it’s a skill beyond me. Is a bonsai artificial? Perhaps yes and no. Your, tree, of course is much larger than a bonsai but teaches us that we are all bound by our environments and the cultures we grow up in. Here’s my post: https://ramblinwitham.blogspot.com/2017/07/willow-tree-thursday-tree-love.html

    • Parul Thakur says:

      I would like to say that Bonsai is real but I get your point. I loved how you thought that we are all bound by our environment. Thank you for joining Alana.

  15. upasna says:

    This is lovely. Another good quote in my book.
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  16. G Angela says:

    Oh my God !! awesome click and very thought provoking quote, I would say yes to a certain extent we are made by people who surrounded us as we grew up and in process we lose our true identity and do become artificial 🙂 it takes a lot of courage to gently unwrap and gradually to find ourselves… am sure we are all in process in encountering our natural self:)
    I am linking my post:https://livealifeofgratitude.blogspot.in/2017/07/thursday-tree-love.html
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  17. Balaka Basu says:

    This tree is so beautiful

  18. Shilpa Garg says:

    That’s a profound thought. We are certainly made by our choices and circumstances. But that does not make us artificial. I like this tree in a pot!!

  19. Esha says:

    Lovely tree in a pot, Parul. Hmm…the quote made me think. I should think that we are also a part of the living, real all-pervading nature. Definitely not artificial, that’s for sure! 🙂

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