The cedar of Lebanon, with fair branches and forest shade, and of great height, its top among the clouds.
At 12.30pm on Wednesday, 2 November 2022, the Cedar of Lebanon tree that grew tall, stately, broad and flourished in the convent grounds, fell victim to the high winds.
“The loss of the leaves changes the tree completely; what looks like death and the end in time becomes a beginning. For the tree, the simple act of BEING enables new life to BEGIN”. Extract from Newsletter – Awakening 8. Click here to read more.