Although many great things have come from the technological advances, there is still much that we can learn by way of tradition.
After all, if we cannot learn from the past, we may be doomed to repeat it.
Pronounced “bone-sigh,” the word Bonsai is comprised of two Japanese characters: “Bon,” meaning tray, and “sai,” meaning plant. While “tray plant” may be an accurate description of what many people think of when they picture Bonsai trees, it is but a compressed representation of the different styles of Bonsai trees.
If you are looking to embark on a journey into the art of Bonsai, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed.
Perhaps you currently have houseplants or your own garden, but Bonsai trees demand more attentive care than a standard houseplant.
There’s definitely something magical about Bonsai trees.
Able to live for decades at a time (and in some instances centuries), Bonsai trees are traditionally meant to represent nature.
Over thousands of years, the art of Bonsai has been pursued meticulously by those who realize how much there is to be learned.
The passion ignited by Bonsai has been shared worldwide and continues to grow, just like the Bonsai trees themselves.
In the art of Bonsai, growth is a never-ending process that has no shortcuts.
This is just one of the many teachings that the process of cultivating a Bonsai tree that you can apply to your life.
The beauty and grace of Bonsai trees are universally undisputed.