Taking Care of the Earth

The earth is the mother of all living beings, regardless of color or shape. She has given us the gift to live; therefore, it is our responsibility to take care of our mother.

If we continue to upset and pollute the incredible beauty that we call Mother Earth, it will eventually mean death to her children.

We are all the children of God, so let us realize our oneness and become one people, working in harmony and with love for the beauty of creation, and not as separate beings or races for its destruction. Let us work towards peace and freedom, because what is good for one is good for all.

We need to give love and be loved because our
spirit and the Earth feed upon it.

Sending peace and love to the Earth and its children,

Inda

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Thank you Inda.

I myself feel that we are all exposed to too much radiation on a daily basis. As much as we need technology we all get too much radiation from sitting behind computers all day, TV sets, cellphones, microwave ovens etc. The incidence of cancer in young people has grown tremendously. Our bodies have not yet evolved to a state where we can handle all this radiation.

Sue Cat2
Dear Inda, thank you for this wise post. May we awaken to the awareness that Mother Earth is crying out for help. There are emergencies in so many sectors. It is high time that we change our polluting habits.

You have chosen beautiful words dear Inda.
Loving you, Margherita
Thank you Sue, Vicky and Margherita
for sharing your love with Mother Earth.
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We humans must come again to a moral comprehension of the earth and air.
We must live according to the principle of a land ethic. The alternative is that we shall not live at all.
~N. Scott Momaday
Thank you Gisele.
I came across an ancient Native American proverb:

Treat the earth well; it was not given to you by your parents. It was loaned to you by your children. We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our Children.
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Let us take good care of the things that have been entrusted to us by our children.

Love, Inda
Beautiful message Inda. Thanks. Lovebeams, Teo Hula

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Thank you Teo,
and Everyone.
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The voice of my grandmother said to me,
teach your children what you have been taught.
The earth is our mother.
What befalls the earth befalls all the sons and daughters of thre earth.
~Chief Seattle

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The voice of my grandfather said to me,
the air is precious. It shares its spirit with all
the life it supports. The wind that gave me my first
breath also received my last sigh.
You must keep the land and air apart and sacred,
as a place where one can go and taste the wind that
is sweetened by the meadow flowers.

Chief Seattle
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Thank you for bringing back this post.
Trees are also important for the Earth.
Cutting down as many trees is very disturbing.
Humans are destroying the balance of the earth that has taken thousands of years to develope. Whatever we do now is not going to reverse all the weather problems soon enough.

I hope that we will stop cutting down trees before the weather conditions get even more catastrophic all over the world.

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The number of butterflies has been declinung. Humans are using too many toxic products in their gardens, and everywhere in general. We will see a big decline in flora and fauna if this goes on much longer.

Butterflies pollinate almost by accident. They usually have a very wide range of flight, so the pollen gleaned off a flower in your yard may end up across town. There has been some research showing that a few of our endangered native plants may be exclusively pollinated by butterflies and could be lost without them. There is much more research needed in this area.

http://www.cas.usf.edu/garden/butterflyImportance.htm

Let us create a butterfly friendly nature wherever we can, so that future generations can enjoy the beauty that we enjoy as well.

Love,
Sue



The history of bees runs parallel to that of mankind. Since the dawn of humanity, man has prized honey. Today, this nectar has become rare, because the bees are not well.
In France over the past thirty years, the bee population has been diminishing and becoming increasingly fragile. The blame can be placed squarely on man’s shoulders: the industrial exploitation of nature, the excessive addition of chemicals to produce better quality honey in greater quantities. The quest for more has backfired.

Once again, an ecosystem is in danger. It is not only the bee but the whole complementary chain linking animal to plant life that has been disrupted. No bees means no pollinisation, which means the disappearance of certain plant species, which in turn means the disappearance of certain animal species

Let us stop disrupting the balance of the earth, and all the plants and animals that go with it.

Sue posted this information in another topic regarding the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico:

Even though the oil has been stopped, health threats from the Gulf oil disaster could persist for years.
This toxicity will have disasterous effects on people and all the marine life. What we see on the ocean surface is nothing. Scientists have discovered massive bubbles of undersea oil, some 80 km distant from the oil well, in high concentration capable of killing marine life and causing genetic malformations for years.



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Originally posted by dear Vicky2:
Thank you for bringing back this post.
Trees are also important for the Earth.
Cutting down as many trees is very disturbing.
Humans are destroying the balance of the earth that has taken thousands of years to develope. Whatever we do now is not going to reverse all the weather problems soon enough.

I hope that we will stop cutting down trees before the weather conditions get even more catastrophic all over the world.


Its our nature@@@ and hpoe it will remains for long time.

I am very closed to nature and I want to live with them.
[url=http://usananz.blogspot.com]Usana[/url]
Beautiful, significant posts here. On the World Environment Day I wrote a few haiku and I will share them here with you.



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Celebrate Nature:

Intact forests, pure water

make life possible

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Maintain harmony:

Our Earth is magnificent

sharing precious gifts


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Solar energy:

Renewable provision

avoids nuclear waste

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May more and more people find their way to increased awareness of the beauty of our Mother Earth and of the necessity to preserve it.

Love,
Margherita 2Hearts
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Celebrate Nature:

Intact forests, pure water

make life possible

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Maintain harmony:

Our Earth is magnificent

sharing precious gifts


*

Solar energy:

Renewable provision

avoids nuclear waste

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Thank you Margherita.
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Let each of us do even a little thing to help preserve the beauty of the Earth.

Love, Inda

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Thank you Inda for this post, and
thank you again Margherita for honoring us with your lovely and very timely words.

quote:
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Celebrate Nature:

Intact forests, pure water

make life possible

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Maintain harmony:

Our Earth is magnificent

sharing precious gifts


*

Solar energy:

Renewable provision

avoids nuclear waste

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Let us respect the earth and all the beauty that it still has to offer us. Let us respect and protect all living beings.

Love,
yoko

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