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The tree and its roots are a source of inspiration for HUMA.

Updated: Mar 16


The tree and its roots. A great inspiration for HUMA
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The tree has its roots, and the roots of Humanity are
The Key to Strength and Righteousness

In the quest for stability and strength, the image of the tree firmly rooted to the ground resonates deeply. Like this tree, human beings draw their strength from their roots, values, beliefs and customs, which are the very essence of their being.

Each individual is unique, with his or her own roots, deeply rooted within, guiding life and preserving righteousness. These roots represent the source of his inner strength, enabling him to stand firm in the face of life's challenges.

So, to cultivate a meaningful and resilient life, it's essential to recognize and nurture our roots, for they are the foundation on which we build our existence. By reconnecting to our roots, we strengthen our identity and find the strength to remain upright and strong, no matter what the storms of life throw at us.

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Invisible roots: The essence of humanity

Beyond what we can see on the surface, there exists a fascinating underground world, hidden from prying eyes. Tree roots, with their intricate, interconnected network, are a perfect example of this invisible reality. But if we delve deeper, we realize that humans too have invisible roots, which play a crucial role in our development and identity.


The invisible roots of the human being
The invisible roots of the human being represent a complex set of factors that contribute to the formation of his or her identity. Culture, language, traditions and inherited values are all elements that nourish these roots. Our family and community also play an essential role in the growth of our roots, passing on stories, experiences and teachings that shape our vision of the world.

Invisible roots: the essence of humanity

Beyond what we can see on the surface, there exists a fascinating underground world, hidden from prying eyes. Tree roots, with their intricate, interconnected network, are a perfect example of this invisible reality. But if we dig a little deeper, we discover that man too has invisible roots, which play a crucial role in his development and identity. This powerful symbolism of roots is a great source of inspiration for HUMA.


Tree roots: an invisible network
When we look at a majestic tree, it's easy to forget that its roots extend far below the surface. Roots provide structural support to the tree, enabling it to draw nutrients from the soil and modify exchanges with other living organisms. Similarly, the invisible roots of human beings are deeply rooted in their past, their culture, their family and their personal history.

The invisible roots of human beings
The invisible roots of human beings represent a complex set of factors that contribute to the formation of their identity. Culture, language, traditions and inherited values are all elements that nourish these roots. Our family and community also play an essential role in the growth of our roots, as they pass on stories, experiences and teachings that shape our worldview.

The connection between roots and personal growth

Just as the roots of trees enable them to grow and thrive, our roots have a profound impact on our personal growth. By becoming aware of these roots, we are able to better understand who we are, where we've come from and where we're going. Roots provide us with a solid foundation from which to grow, and help us find a balance between our past and our future.



Verticality is more than just a physical posture

Verticality is also an inner attitude that symbolizes our ability to remain upright, despite the storms of life. Huma also derives from the word humanitude. According to Albert Jacquard, humanitude is the set of human characteristics of which we are so proud: walking on two legs, speaking, laughing, exchanging glances and touching.

This concept, applied to the care of the elderly and popularized by Yves Gineste and Rosette Marescotti, is an admirable philosophical thought and care practice, because in our society, it is essential to recognize the value of each individual, regardless of age or disability. Among the many challenges faced by disabled elderly people, the question of human verticality and fragility is of particular importance for a better quality of life.


In the fight against illness, maintaining human values and verticality becomes a primordial mission for each and every one of us. In the face of health challenges, it's essential to remain true to our principles and maintain our integrity, even when circumstances seem to call them into question.


This mission transcends individual boundaries to become a collective responsibility. As a society, we must commit ourselves to supporting those struggling with illness, helping them to preserve their fundamental values and human dignity.

Preserving human values and verticality for as long as possible, despite illness. That's the mission we all share.


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