Fruit: enjoyment for the body when given by the tongue reaching out and taking in the plant’s mouth that reaches for it. Often, the anticipation of the point of touch and completion. When this moment of certain joy is applied as a principle, it denies all negative action, as in the phrase “I brook no disappointment.” The positive energy of brook (fruit) as a verb is held as well in living phrases such as “My work is bearing fruit,” indicating both fruit hanging from a branch but the joy in it, which extends from it, not for the worker but for its connection to others, human or not.

Pacific Wild Crabs Fruiting

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