A branch is a member connected to but not part of the central trunk of the tree. Large branches are known as boughs and small one are known as twigs. While branches are mainly diagonal, horizontal or vertical. The majority of branches are upward diagonal. So, branches and twigs are found in many different shapes and sizes.

Without doubt, there is a reason why they come in different shapes and sizes. Obviously, different shapes or sizes offer an alternative to fit other instances, by this different people and/or environments will benefit differently. Branches that hang lower on a tree might not look appealing to some people but there are some people who favour it that way. The tree with lower branches often draws the attention of everyone from children to adults who enjoy the naturally hanging green shrubbery.

The benefits that people could experience include protection from rains and the scotching rays of the sun. The tree itself will also benefit in times of high winds so help to keep the tree from blowing too far in one direction and maintain the growth structure. That natural look benefit some whereas pruning the tree create an artificial look.

Just looking at nature at its natural best some people can at least learn something. The trees give us vegetation but the concepts which rest within can be so encouraging. From the tree and its branches, the relationship that explains why tree have branches is simply the fact that trees have branches because as they grow, parts of the tree grow into smaller parts. So, the catch phrase here is GROW INTO.

We all grow into …, depending on the type of the seed thereof. The infantile that we may see or not see is just part of growing but not permanent because personal or social updates will make us realise that as people there are situational calls to certainly show us there is ‘once-upon-a-time’. As time allows, sooner or later we get cultured to GROW INTO.

Even the cooperate world is usually relying on the concept of branching to determine growth. A lot of lateral division or subdivision are emerging daily because surplus is trying to catch up with the demand. Everywhere, branching is a common knowledge to form, even one, a resemble of systems and functions that sustain growth. Making life simpler.

Sometimes coordinated by education sectors which on the other hand have their own branches to form a specialised part of a complex unit or system to produce certain knowledge or skills that is relayed to support the labour market. The whole idea is to increase growth which is evidenced by meeting the demands.

Ultimately, increasing productive branches and form a part of a larger system to form a function that can only spread, depending on the value of certain inventions. Whatever the industry of production or the business of our so called ‘personal-developmental’ bunch of experiences. Still branching is as important as tree’s branches are responsible for stretching out as far and wide as possible to help the leaves reach light. Branches also allow a tree to have even more leaves than if the leaves just grew directly from the tree’s trunk, because we know a tree’s leaves are such essential helpers in the food-making process. So, who doesn’t like growth and being fruitful? It’s only that seasons are different, and some trees matures quicker than others.

Still on the tree, the first part of the tree that the eye notices (consciously or subconsciously) for stability purposes is the trunk. If the trunk is somehow straight and stable this can often be an indicator of how long the branches will bud and yield its fruits, but as anyone who has seen trunks will testify, having a beautiful trunk is not conclusive evidence of crystal influence. There are trees which might look dead and still bearing fruits in its season because there is something more hidden within the trunk where branches can still draw strength from.

As we GROW INTO, those who have made it might look flourishing by the look of every branch. But those who are still in the process are not lifeless trees because the good that is within them is giving them hope and future, as they keep going. From the day that idea is planted, with or without the required experience, and become visible (growing) somehow it draws the attention of the ideal client.

Giving situations time to grow the development of the idea is measured by whether the branches are stretching out as far and wide as possible to help the leaves reach for the light (solving people’s problems). Since the ideal client varies in needs, different shapes and sizes of branches are helpful to provide a shade to clients on a rainy if they need it. And the neighbouring tree is enthused of providing shape on a hot day to clients who need it. With a good strategy the trees they extend to give others like ‘birds’ a place for a short rest or to build their homes – this shows how needs vary some they just need a short time of rest whilst some are here to stay. Again, it all depends on the nature of the tree and its branches.

Overall the branches add value to the whole tree. By adding value, the brand of the tree is gaining a better quality, and quality is whatever the ideal client says it is. Also, as the branches add value the brand of the tree will increase convenience, and convenience is a strategic opportunity that many ideal clients are willing to pay for. With different shapes and sizes the branches brings benefits because life is never one-size-fits-all. Whatever we GROW INTO should serve the purpose that adds value whilst solving problem of those who believe in the value per se.

“Enlarge the place of your tent; Stretch out the curtains of your dwellings, spare not; Lengthen your cords. And strengthen your pegs.’’ – Isaiah 54:2.