Here are some sentences with "Being surrounded":
- I love trees. Like many of us, being surrounded by trees makes me happy.
- Rachel Boston Quotes "Being surrounded by love and people that care about your heart is the dream. That's what I would like on my last day."
What I haven't understood is whether "being surrounded" is the example of "being+past participle" or being+adjective? If it's 'being+adjective, I have heard that "being+adjective" shows the reason for the the action of main clause, Is it true in above sentences? Next, does "being surrounded" refers to "have been surrounded by trees/people/love? And what's the work of "being" with "surrounded" in above sentences?