Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Relation between Man and Trees

Pondering over the topic of independence. Today I talk about how man is related to the environment.

Independence involves being alive.

Being alive is subjective to our breath.

We are also dependent on the source of our breath.


We breathe in oxygen while the trees take our carbon dioxide.

The best friend of the earth of man is the tree. When we use the tree
respectfully and economically, we have one of the greatest resources
on the earth.
- Frank Lloyd Wright

These trees are helping man develop socially in a sound environment with economic benefits.

Trees, if planted in abundance help deliver peace and sanctity to an individual as he strolls under the shade. Parks are built with trees around, and that helps man to mingle and connect socially. It promotes outdoor activities, which in turn can help increase a man's longevity.

Trees help moderate our environment and our air quality. Protects man from natural disasters, while bringing in economic benefits to mankind by energy conservation and landscaping benefits.

Trees and Animal kingdom are exchanging the essentials of life. Thus, making it very important to treat these shrubs with respect and conserve them.

Mantra for today: The way we treat trees is a reflection to our future.

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