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Do you know what the life cycle is In The Fall of Freddy the Leaf the author Leo Buscaglia addresses the life cycle in the terms of a little but very special leaf In reading the story you begin to understand that allegories often times convey spiritual messages The author of this intriguing book directs us to comprehend that allegories alienate the purpose of life nature of change and the life cycle Almost at once the whole tree in fact the whole park was transformed into a blaze of color Each of the leaves became a new beautiful color This change from summer to fall made the tree lose its green color but instead receive the amazing new identity they were granted With their change the wind that they used to have fun and dance in metamorphosed into an angry wind that pulled at their stems This caused some leaves to fall down on the ground because it was considered their time to go A purpose is a reason for being To make shade for old people who come to escape the heat of their homes is a reason for being says Daniel Human beings do not literally make shade for others We are a part of improving the human condition Giving back and helping others is our purpose in life as other living things have their purposes The simplicity of the seasons changing for the leaf is alike with the complex life cycle that humans and animals face The seasons changed for Freddy from spring to summer to fall to winter For human beings it is incredibly alike We are born in to this magnificent world and then slowly begin to grow up Soon we grow old and die Even though we die life does not go with us This proves that there is still life after death and we will always be a part of it in some way A leaf is but
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