All life started with a seed.
Humans, animals, plants or bacteria.
The animals with the greatest impact on life, if they would suddenly die out are the smallest. Bees, ants, insects. Witout them the earth wouldn't remain fertile, dead carcasses or leaves would lie everywherw and plants wouldn't grow fruit.
Even small sprouts can push through beton.
All the power lies in the small, then why do we allways try to live big? When we were kids, we still had this freedom to grow, but now we try to stretch our bodies to look bigger when some predators (other humans) Cross our path.
Adventures start at a solid point. If we don't grow our roots or foundation first, we will either tend to stay small or fall over when a strong wind blows.
First I thought I wanted to see all the world. Of course, some day, but all I really need is people around me, helping each other in a community.
יהוה is the name of the hebrew god. Yud (seed) and chavah/eve (life). It contains all five vocals, i-e-a-o and -u you can hear I starts small and rises towards a and then it falls back to u. Just like the cycle of birth and death. The seat/seed of our brain is the start of conscious life, thoughts govern our every movement so we can shape the life around us.
Dreams, worlds of fantasy and splendor are all rooted in our heads. Our head is the root and our arms and legs the branches. The tree of life is rooted in heaven and grows down onto earth. Kether to malkuth. א (Aleph) or yod vav yod, the first letter connecting the spark of god and the seed of life with a vav or branch.
"As the connector, Vav contains the power to connect heaven and earth. It can be considered like a hose, or a tube, which connects and bestows all the energy of the shefa שפע abundance from above down to the created beings. It represents the ladder of Jacob Yaakov – rooted in earth, with its head in the heavens. It is the extension of the essential dot Yod י, which all of creation comes forth from. The Vav can teach us the state of constant presence needed to connect our own heaven and earth (physical and spiritual aspects)."