Knowledge Is The Trunk Of A Tall Susquehanna Tree

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Knowledge is a simple two syllable word that can have an infinite amount of branches extending above the truck of a tall Susquehanna Tree and an infinite amount of roots extending below the tall Susquehanna Tree. Knowledge is the main stronghold to an infinite amount of ideas, thoughts, and theories. Knowledge is the main stronghold to the network of ways of knowing, just like how the trunk of a tall Susquehanna Tree is the main stronghold to the network of branches and to the network of roots that extends from the trunk of the tree. Without the trunk of the tall Susquehanna Tree, the existence of the long beautiful branches will be eliminated, along with the beautiful green leaves. Also without the trunk of the tall Susquehanna Tree, the roots of the tree will rot and no longer provide life source to the main trunk, which effects other Susquehanna Trees surrounding the main Susquehanna Tree, because the roots of all the trees connect, so if one dies, the whole forest will be extinct. This can relate to knowledge if it is to be not existing because there would not be any ways of knowing and without the ways of knowing, then there is no area of knowledge. Knowledge is like the trunk of a tall Susquehanna Tree in the middle of a forest, it is the base for a sign of nature and a sign of life. Knowledge and education, go hand in hand about information, facts, and skills that are also obtained through awareness or recognition. Knowledge is acquired by ways of knowing, which are…

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