This is the last page of the book, “Passages”, times from certain elements. Rocks, shells, and grass. Each things represent things in each places and time. Rocks are on the land, Shells are on the land and so do grass. When you are young, we have our parents as our shells, taking care of us and protect us from the outside world. Different parents, different ways of being raise and shape. Rocks represent education, how we are shape from the outside world. We might learn from it a little or a lot. Then we move on and face the next stage of our lives. Meeting new people, because everyone has raise differently and so we have different personality. Grass is the journeywork of the start, so we can say that grass is everything. The start and the beginning for our life path.
“So grass is a metaphor for life, and for death, and for equality, and for connectedness, and for children, and for God, and for hope.” – John Green, Paper Towns.