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Trees on, Global Warming gone!!!

Saanvitha Reddy
Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Trees on, Global Warming gone!!!

“Be the change you want to see in the world…don’t wait for others to begin…you are the ‘other’ to those societies and they are in the offing for you to initiate with a change in the world.” – Unknown…

The only sorrowful thing in humans is that they don’t think about our future generation where there will be neither a tree left alive nor a single life without an oxygen mask. I scream and beg to you, save trees.

Do you know that trees form the pillar of every breath we are gulping?? What it is, a building without pillars, a family without love? Basically trees are the pillars to every breath we are gasping just like how pillars maintains a building and how love ties a family.

From my natural experience, I can divulge that trees are the colors of life, home, heart, soul, atmosphere, etc. In Kuwait (where I live), our apartment consists of an undersized balcony which looked as pale as death before, as much as I know in a couple of months, our tiny balcony got transformed into a beautiful greenery place (believe me it looked so beautiful at first). If you doubt about the credit distribution, let my pen down, my mom loves gardening and she transformed our nasty looking balcony into a gorgeous one. As time passed there were variations in climate, rise in humidity…and our striking balu (that’s what I call it; sounds peculiar) dried up and we are trying our best to recoup it.

Before drying VS After

Hence, one thing is plausible that a tree acts not only as a protector of life but also as an eye-catching beauty of our nature.

Impact of us on trees….

Every sunny morning, I gaze through my window eyeing at those beautiful trees hovering with the wind. With their lush green leaves, they provide a beautiful scenery and a pleasing view to y(our) eye. To my utmost regret, pollution, deforestation and the toxic gases produced by the burning of plastic is the main reason why our society is getting wrecked subsequently. As we all heard, how Ganga River in India which is the largest river in the country and is known for its mythological beliefs and truths, was contaminated with various human activities resembling washing clothes, bathing of humans and animals and abandoning of various harmful industrial waste into the river, has to led to the destruction of it, thankfully its cleaned by 2019 however it may happen in future again.. In fact, this instance is taking my views to the poor. Why would individuals wash their cloths in the river unless they aren’t in need? Poverty is everywhere similarly pollution is also everywhere. In case of saplings, due to air pollution, acid rain is caused which in turn damages trees and turns soil and waterways acidic. Likewise high levels of carbon exercised by pollution destroys the crop yield which affects feminine and poverty intensely. Furthermore, deforestation effects soil erosion and coastal flooding tremendously. Trees help the land to retain water and topsoil, which provides rich nutrients to sustain additional forest life. Without forests, the soil would erodes and wash away, causing farmers to move on and perpetuate the cycle. Thus, pollution and deforestation is truly destructive to our Mother Nature. Why can’t we jump to afforestation as opposed to deforestation?

Nevertheless, these demolitions are turning up in front of our eyes, following the trend like other folks we end up goggling at it instead of eliminating them in the sake of our future generation. Anyone out there reading my article, never forget the pillar of your life at any cost. Being a responsible citizen isn’t difficult because humane lies in every heart. The balance need to be taken place within us.

Do we respect trees via our activities…..?(Keep reading)

I can bring together by saying that tress form a major resource of our life. Essentially, without them life wouldn’t be sustainable. Homeless get shelter, hunger get foodstuff, carpenter get wood, rich get cloths, and patients get medicines besides these there are countless lucrative we obtain.

Ruefully, we yet keep on pounding at scarcely. More overly bushes offer us air to breath without which life doesn’t withstand on this globe. Is it really important for us living a luxurious life while on the other hand trees are getting annihilated on this sphere? Is it indeed important to live in bungles? Is it really important to burn forest to show off our powers (like how amazon forest was assailed)? This need to end. We are only having one earth to live on, let’s have some pity towards our motherland. “People say you don't know what you've got until it's gone. Truth is, you knew what you had, and you just never thought you'd lose it.” This is the authenticity which publics don’t admit but must do. Just giving awareness on earth day and environmental day isn’t enough. We just stick to them for a week or two but do we do it lifelong? Be the change you want to see in the world said by Mahatma Karamchand Gandhi. Here are a few simple tips which we all can follow to save our mother land, a small change brings a big difference.

1.Firstly, don’t waste paper and use double sides of a sheet.

2.Secondly, plant a tree.

3.Thirdly, use the 5r’s which are reduce, reuse, recycle, refuge and repurpose stuffs.

4.Fourthly, avoid sending greeting cards, sending greeting cards aims to express our love and respect to the person but due to this countless trees are cut for paper instead of this we can have a meeting or a call with the individual to wish him/her on the auspicious occasion.

5.Lastly, make saving trees a personal commitment.

These daily habits can not only save trees but also save lives. “A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” We entitle our earth as mother earth/mother land since she is our first mother, she gives us soil, trees, air, food, life, love and countless things. A mother is the only mortal who can do good things to her daughters and sons and bear the humiliation and pain in return. We should learn plentiful qualities from our mother land which will make us a better person in future for example having patience, being persistent, good qualities and first and foremost give more than what you take.

Think wisely, Aristotle once said, “we are what we repeatedly do”.

If there were no trees…..

According to science, the thin layer of atmosphere protects the underlying metal from corrosion caused by oxygen, water or other chemicals. Aluminum burns in oxygen with a white flame to form the trioxide aluminum oxide. Furthermore, the natural gas in the planet will upsurge which will sabotage the planet entirely. Thus, without trees, life isn’t possible. According to economics, all God's creatures will die and humans wouldn’t be able to live, as oxygen wouldn’t exist any longer. At the same time the high level of increase in carbon dioxide will burn the earth. Ought our motherland to suffer copiously because of our bad feats? As Gautama Buddha told about Karma where what you do comes back to you. That is inevitable therefore we will go to hell (naraka) if we continue to annihilate trees. It’s not too late, whoever reading this article assume before doing anything. You will be known for what you are doing presently.

As a responsible citizen of the global world it is our duty to protect our mother land. A perfect human is the one who pays back. (I know this article is too long, but I spoke my heart here, so you see….)

Saanvitha Reddy
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