roots, fruits, nutrients, life, modern world
Roots and fruits have an affinity in the natural order of things. It cannot be denied, of course, that the technical skills of our day can create marvels in sterile isolation or hot-house splendor, almost without roots. Nor must it be ignored that quickly growing plants with frail surface contacts to water and nutrients can grow luscious fruits. I would rather eat a strawberry than an acorn. Thus it shall not be contended that finest fruits require deepest roots. But let not the logic of cause and effect stifle a theme. Roots and fruits are valuable and related factors of growth, and thus of life. They are not necessarily linked by sequence or logic but they are worthy of an inter-related consideration.
"Deepest Roots - Finest Fruits,"
The Bridge: Vol. 1:
6, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol1/iss6/5