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In this original RLM illustration “Mentorship,” the mentor, the woman’s figure on the left, melds into a large old tree. Her extensive roots stretch deep into the ground, her torso becoming the trunk of the tree. On the right, the learner’s roots slowly begin to form from her feet, weaving in between the mentor’s roots. A fern grows out of her back, its tendrils reaching out to absorb the elder’s wisdom.
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