Who would be blamed when a leaf fell from a tree?
Is it the wind that blew it away? Or the tree that let it go? Or is it the leaf it self which never held tight?
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It isn’t the leaf’s job to hold on. The leaf’s job is to produce energy for the tree, so the leaf itself is free of blame. The wind is exists to move air keeping the world from being stagnant and is required for all life so it cannot be blamed either. The tree must provide the leave with nutrition and position it such that it is useful. So I would suggest that the tree itself has faulted by putting the leave into harms way and not securing it properly. The tree would never suggest that it didnt want some wind to bring fresh sources of CO2, so therefore it cannot blame the wind in any sense.
Boo to the tree for its lack of support.