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On a Galilean hillside grew a variety of trees, but none as majestic as ‘Oak’, and he knew it; sure of his importance and place in this world. But nothing is certain for man or nature on this planet. Suddenly Oak’s dream of glory is shattered, his equilibrium turned upside down. He is chopped down and cut, dispersed and made into many things, but at the core he is still Oak. Throughout the centuries, Oak is forced to absorb many cuts and bruises until he reaches England, at the end of WW2. Here he finds rest by passing on his DNA, like father to son, finally facing the trials of Brexit and the COVID 19 pandemic in 2020.