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It is many years since we first came to Abbot, and as time goes by, we
recognize in it it's full strength and meaning. The roots of our school are
buried deep, and we see in them the long history and rich tradition to which
we have fallen heir. lYe could be likened to the young leaves of the mother
tree, for were we not privileged to be a part of it for a little while, and to draw
upon it for strength and growth?
The trunk is perhaps the most important part of a tree, and thus, it
could represent our intellectual life. Through guidance and deep love the
best in each one of us has been brought out. We have gained in purpose and
in steadfastness. lYe discovered the course we wished to follow and were
given every chance to continue in this direction.
And then, since our roots and trunk were sound, many branches, repre-
senting other interests and activities, came into view. There have been ma-
terial things to show for this action. lYe have created. we have interpreted,
and we have produced results worthy of our efforts.
YYe also needed food for growth, and we found a wealth of air, sunshine,
and happiness to feed our bodies as well as our minds.
And so, Abbot has provided for us all that is necessary for any develop-
ment. lYe came, to school uncertain and unsure of ourselves: but now we
leave it conident and strengthened. We feel we are better able to meet the
great demands which this confused and tragic world must make upon us.
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