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The Fruit of Life She took the fruit and ate It was pleasant to the eyes and desirable it was a holy creation and divine Genisis 421 Life and pleasure can be found in many things and in many places They are hiding in every living thing and can be found in every piece of fruit Fruit is more than a food its an adventure The different types textures and tastes of life and humanity can be experienced in every bite of it Fruit becomes magnificent naturally It starts as a seed as nothing and like life it slowly shapes into something incredible with its own story Like a thumbprint no two fruits are like no two life stories the same The story of life can be told by the story of any apple or any blueberry At first we come from something small and insignificant Next we are nurtured and loved Like the care from our parents the new fruit receives care of its own It receives sunlight water and pure nutrients from the soil Slowly it grows and takes form Soon it is at an impressionable age without care and guidance it may go bad The fruit is delicate and must be cared for In time the fruit develops and is beautiful Like all life there is a period of innocence a time where the fruit is hard and repels outside influences a time before the fruit becomes ripe or rotten The duration of this period will decide the fruits future its outcome Then the fruit slowly becomes its own A fruit that has grown in good conditions will become sweet and desirable One subjected to harsh or unpleasant conditions will turn rotten All the types of fruit represent all the races sizes and types people The different ways a fruit grows mimics how different people become Fruit mimics life with every flavor Each individual taste is unique like
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