Becoming Oaks

An acorn is not to remain an acorn. It is to become an oak tree.

About Becoming Oaks

Aristotle changed the philosophical world when he looked at the not yet potential over the already manifestations. The idea he used was with an acorn. An acorn does not find its purpose in remaining an acorn. An acorn has been fully actualized when it has become an oak tree.

In the same way, Becoming Oaks is a metaphor for me to realize that I am still growing. I have not become fully actualized yet. The writings shared on this site reflect who I am by listing what I have done in the past, what has been done to me, and the future that I am learning to envision.


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