Standing inside the upside down tree.
The Baobab tree has always been my favorite tree. Maybe because most of the time I feel upside down.
Or maybe because the roots look like theyโre in the sky. Reaching for the stars.
This trip I noticed how deep the roots go into the ground. No matter how upside down it may all seem, there is still this Earth. And I am grateful for this time I have been able to reconnect with the majesty of the earth on this continent after many years away. I remember falling in love with the Baobab when I lived in Senegal and tasted the fruit, and developing reverence for the treeโs magic when I learned that many tribes carve masks out of the dead trees, as the ancestors spirits live in the tree.
Praying for her here, and everywhere as I head home to a different kind of earth.
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