If you have a moment, I would like to invite you to join this group for Tree-Awareness.
You may not be a gardener or an active environmentalist, but I ask you to consider one thing - if it were not for Trees, Mankind could not exist.
Trees are the greatest of all living organisms that keeps the balance of our Air and Water, Earth and Light alive and healthy on this Planet, Earth.
In the beginning, the Creator gave us Life, and Love and Inspiration are unique to God's Creation. How beautiful He made Trees, for Man to Love! How inspiring they are!
Trees were the first to grow on Earth, in huge forests, BEFORE Man arrived, because the Creator knew that Trees would provide the delicate relationship between the atmosphere, the air we breathe, and the flow of water in the rainfall, streams and rivers, oceans and clouds, in perfect balance.
Trees grew tall and strong, to prevent the winds being too destructive and Trees grew roots that reached deep into the earth, to drink up the water reserves and release it into the air. Trees lifted the air as it blew against the land, to make it release its water vapour as rain drops, so that it was purified for all to drink. Trees held the earth in its roots, to prevent the winds blowing it away, and the storm rains washing it away. Trees stood high above Man, to provide shelter and shade when the Sun was too hot. Trees provided a refuge for the birds, small animals and insects to live safely.
What a wonderful service Trees provide!
But Man has forgotten this valuable work that Trees do and cuts them down too fast, burns them up too fast, and forgets to help the Trees grow young ones again.
The Indigenous peoples of the world were wise and understood that the ancient Trees held their own wisdom, to impart to the world and the young Trees. But now there are so few ancient Trees left living, the wisdom may soon be lost. We would be lost without Trees.
Bring your comments here, and pictures of Trees, and start a discussion on your own experiences of Trees, or certain issues regarding Trees.
Please don't forget us!