I belive it means you can see past the mayhem if you will into the heart of things. You know how they say it's what's on the inside that counts...You see people for who they really are as in true colors. I tried reseaching this meaning myself which led me to this question. I could be mistaken but I think I'm accurate as to the meaning. Hope this helps :O)
cannot see the wood for the trees and cannot see the forest for the trees
Prov. Cannot perceive the overview or important things because of concentrating too much on details. The information presented in this textbook is so disorganized that I can't see the wood for the trees. The politician's opponents claimed that she couldn't see the forest for the trees, because she spent so much time trying to solve minor problems.
See also: cannot, see, tree, wood
The above answer is incorrect. When people use the phrase 'can't see the forest for the trees' - it means that people are losing themselves in the details (trees) that you forget the larger picture or vision (forest). This phrase is very commonly used in business. Some people get so stuck in the details that the details become the overwhelming focus that sometimes leads towards a different solution such that you forget the original vision.
Forest is a place that have trees and other stuff
Not seeing the forest for the trees means being too close to a subject to see it in its entirety, paying too much attention to parts of a thing and not enough to the whole.
because the tall trees would be more spread apart
This is a saying that means to overlook the obvious. The phrase is "Cannot see the forest for the trees." It means to focus attention so much on details that you miss the over-all view. You cannot "see the forest" if the trees are in the way. May the forest be with you
In an old forest trees are more spread apart then a young forest
The word "dense" means thick. A dense forest is a forest thick with trees or having trees growing very closely together.
The cast of The Forest Through the Trees - 2013 includes: Johnny Barratt as Edward Heald
Forest means a place where the envitonment is covered from all sides with trees and wildlife means
deciduous forest Not deciduous, as that means leaf losing. Tagia perhaps.
because, it is.
Because a temperate deciduous forest contains trees that loose their leaves in the winter, and that is what deciduous means. In an temperate coniferous forest, trees don't loose their leaves, such as evergreens.
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for me ,thinking globally means being aware of the earth's problem. it is like looking at a whole forest and seeing beyond the beauty of the trees. it means thinking aboit the forest's history. it's wildlife,the resources it provides,and the people it supports.
Conservation of forest resources means to replace trees that are cut down with new saplings. It also means to maintain the habitat of animals during the act of cutting down trees.
Fruit trees bear fruit while forest trees can or cant they just have to be in a forest. So fruit trees is a much narrower thing then forest trees.
because the sun is barely visible through the leaves of the trees ,making it quite dark inside the forest
Surrounding is the place around you. If you are in a forest you are surrounded by trees.
a forest is a compact of many trees where in different animals live. The forest need trees so the animals can live there. The forest needs that many trees.
oak trees , red wood trees , and forest wood trees
You can find a forest with no trees in a tundra.
Yes, the noun forest is a collective noun; a forest of trees. Other collective nouns for trees are a stand of trees, a copse of trees, or a grove of trees.
Conservation of forest resources means being careful when using the resources so that they last. This means controlled logging and replanting after trees are logged so that a new forest can grow.
It means Penn's Woods. (Woods as in trees, forest, etc)
No, there are no palm trees in the forest. There are palm trees in the tropics, but there are no forests in the tropics.
If you look through the telescope at the volcano and go to the bottom left corner a light will come through the trees and you click and you will go to the Erie forest