By Jacqueline Ding, Grade 10
True legacy stands the test of time, in spite of unexpected impediments and complications. For thousands of years, the natural succession of one seed by its many descendants was the sustainable cycle that provided stability and served as a means of preserving life and resources. Storing harvested seeds could grant a farmer self-sufficiency and freedom from being confined to corporations. But it is precisely what “businessmen” would never allow; it upsets the balance of their world, wherein everyone is completely dependent on them. They live only to be the death of others—or, at the very least, the bane of one’s existence.