Boy Meets World: Garden Metaphor

Cory asks Mr. Feeny for advice about Topanga moving to New York. She rejected an internship at a law firm, and Cory thinks it's because she would be moving away from him. Mr. Feeny uses a metaphor to convey that Topanga may be hindering her growth by staying in the same place, even if she is flourishing there.

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  1. How does Mr. Feeny's metaphor help Cory understand Topenga's decision?

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