Heal  - To heal is to place new parts back in old parts places.  Animals heal, however, a tree  DOES NOT heal.  A tree has two processes, closure of wounds and compartmentalization, which are two separate processes.  A tree does not place new parts in "OLD" parts positions.  They put new parts in "NEW" positions.  With respect, the system, the group, can heal, yet too often humans lack the ability and interest, to appreciate the length of time healing takes place and the functionality of CWD, which connects and facilitates the healing process over time.  Lack of tree biology is the cause. 

See "CODIT".

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