what did mr.lamb mean by " all life is the same "?

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Dear student,

Mr. Lamb: "It’s all life.... growing. Same as you and me."

By the statement given above, Mr. Lamb meant that there is no difference between weeds or flowering plants, him or Derry as they are all living beings and have their own importance on the face of earth. It is an individual's perception that makes one plant a weed and another one fruit bearing. All forms of life are equal according to Mr. Lamb.

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