The Earth

The Earth

Hello everyone!

I’m so thrilled to be here and to share with you my passions about our quest to save the environment and this great planet Earth.

This great planet, full of wonder and mystery. Awesome planet Earth for its creative power and life full of beauty. This planet, the only one in the solar system with life giving forces. Fabulous planet Earth for live itself!

Brilliant mankind, for their immense aptitudes. For creativity, humanity, for the wondrous works of man on the planet. Brilliant mankind! Praises to all of you! For the beauty of the Earth is a wonder to behold and mankind himself saves it. No plunder, no destruction. The Earth itself needs all of the life forms that it creates and the Earth has put life on all of its surfaces. The Earth is constantly creating and needs the forests and the plants for its own survival. The Earth needs to breathe and cannot sustain itself without the help of you, brilliant mankind. For the Earth is dying. The deserts are increasing. Lakes and oceanic habitats are dead and dying. The planet reels from war, pestilence, poverty, starvation and strife. The planet needs our help. if we don’t save this planet, it won’t be able to save us.

The Earth needs plantings to protect its soil and to increase oxygen. It needs its wildlands to help clean the waters and clean the air. A high canopy of trees reduces pollution and the shade protects the vegetation from scorching sunlight that burns the vegetation and burns the soil.

The Earth has needs, it needs mankind to save it. With forest fires raging and pine beetle destroying the forest, habitat loss is increasing and reforestration efforts can’t keep up with the devastating habitat loss.

The Earth needs you, brilliant mankind. It needs the enduring partnership that will save us both.

The Earth with it’s spectacular scenery is an oasis in the universe for us. With its fertile soils, its untrod places, the bountiful harvest ,clean air and clean waters. The Earth itself will save us from starvation and from poverty. Let the forest stand so that the Earth can breathe. Protect and leave untouched those great landscapes. All of the Earths creatures need to live and the Earth needs those protected, untouched places for clean water and clean air. It needs to breathe. It needs its clean waters to support life. There is less oxygen in the air we breathe, so we need more plantings for more oxygenation. Another tree, another shrub, another flower, more grass, less pavement, more green spaces, more wilderness.

You, brilliant mankind, and only you, can change and support and restore the planet. You mankind, can plant a tree, share this post, join one or several of many conservation groups around the country and around the globe. There is so much to preserve and protect. The beautiful flowers, the singing birds, the fabulous and wonderful wildlife.

Spread the word, the world needs you. Share this blog or write your own. We need your passions, brilliant mankind.
written by: Louise Hayes
March 29, 2013

Trees and the Earth

Trees and the Earth
Praises Mankind!  Praises to you, for you, the human, are the greatest of all of the Earths creatures.  Praises to you for the gift of this great planet Earth! You, the human, are the ones chosen to care for this great planet.  You are entrusted with the salvation of all of the creatures, all plants, all landscapes, all waters, even the air we breathe.  You, the human, are the mightiest of all creation.Care for creation, care for the Earth, share the planet.  The protection of a great landscape, that protected wild place, the enduring negotiation between mankind and this great Earth.  It’s obvious, clean air, clean water, pure minds.The powers of the planet are immense.  Have gratitude mankind.  Have gratitude for the Earth.  For the Earth speaks a message of ageless wisdom.
Thank you mankind, sighs the great  planet Earth.  You’ve planted another tree, I live for another day.  With this tree, I can clean your air.  Thank you for fertilizing my soil, so that I can grow a great garden to nourish you.  What about the beautiful flowers?  Do you like the beautiful flowers?
The Earth is devasted by natural and manmade destruction every year.  Forest fires devastate the land we loose so much of our natural enviroment this way.  Let the forest stand, so that the Earth can breathe.  Protect and leave untouched those great landscapes.  All of the Earths creatures need to live and the Earth needs those protected, untouched areas for clean water and clean air.
Mankind needs the fresh air as much as the Earth does. 
You need it for your own survival.  Clean air will prolong your life.  Polluted air causes many environmental illnesses that reduce life expectancy.  Clean water is essential for life.  Polluted water contains so many contaminants and water carrying disease that it is dangerous to consume and it is also dangerous to consume the life that it supports.

The great forests need to survive and so do all of the plant and animal life it contains.  The Earth chooses the creatures that inhabit its lands.  The Earth created them and the Earth sustains them.  Each ecosystem is filled with the plant and animal life that belong to that place.  Each ecosystem supports an immense variety of life that only the Earth can create.  Brilliant mankind, protect yourself.  Your plantings and nourishing of the Earth will help to save you.

No more war. Be careful where you build.  Our agricultural land is diminishing with development and how will we be able to feed ourselves?  The loss of forest and wild habitat does not necessarily increase farm land.  Building on prime agricultural land makes us more vulnerable to crop loss, low yield and starvation.  The strategies for human development need to address the obvious – with the loss of this agricultural land, where will our food come from?

Don’t count on the forest to feed you.  The forest is here so that you can breathe.  Don’t become confused.  We need the forest for clean air.
How can we help?  Share this post, take courses ie and join conservation groups, such as
written by:  Louise Hayes March 31, 2013