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"… Full Answer
It means that if you look at things one at a time, you might not realize that a branch of separate "trees" go togehter to make a "forest" When you are too close to a situation you need to step… Full Answer
Many trees are found in the forest. Many trees found in the forest have been there for quite some time. Many trees found in the forest have many branches and leaves. Many trees found in the forest are waiting to… Full Answer
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… Full Answer
Well if it's a forest, of course there are tress in deciduous forests! Deciduous trees are the ones that change each season, and coniferous/fir trees are the ones that never die that you see in the winter.