It is an analogy, In saying "storms make oaks grow deeper roots" one is saying that the reaction of oak trees to high winds (that may blow them over) is for them to develop strong deep roots (which they do because the live and resist storm winds for 100s of years).
The analogy is that in life the (emotional) happenings that may potentially destroy us also serve to make us stronger.
It can cause some of the big storms that happen. It is the right conditions to make the big storms come.
Because they are an illusion
it`s that the clouds make it that way
no leaves do
Yes they can.
Hard times make you stronger
There are back workouts to make them deeper.
From the Greek Phos meaning light and Graphia meaning to write
Zeus makes the storms, lightning, and thunder; he commands it. So yes Zeus does make thunder in storms
Poseidon: makes sea storms Zeus: makes thunder storms
Yes they make their food by the system of photosynthesis.
they both make echos
It emphasises a sentence and tries to give it a deeper or more serious meaning, it can also make the reader think about the topic.
he makes thunder storms when he is mad
Rain does not make the ocean deeper
Roots do not make carbon dioxide.
Manus manus, meaning hand, and facio facere feci factum, meaning make.