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An overprotective mother embarks on a journey to plant a sapling, symbolizing her beloved son, who has outgrown his childhood. As they reach the plantation site, the mother's insecurities about letting go of her son come to the forefront. Through her struggles to find the delicate balance between caring and worrying, she learns that too much love can become a hindrance to growth. The sapling serves as a metaphor for the mother's realization that true love means letting go and allowing her son to spread his wings and fly.

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