It’s that time of the month again, and I am due for the Green Moms Blogging Carnival, this time over at Best of Mother Earth. I am supposed to write about gratitude, specifically three green things I am thankful for.
We behave with nature, the same way we might with a faithful lover, when we are forgetting how much we are being given, and how much our lives depends on such constant love. That’s the irony, we take nature for granted, because it’s so good to us, most of the time.
Take a few minutes and . . .
imagine a world without trees, and birds chirping in the trees, imagine the silence, and the scorching sun, and the absence of shade and coolness,
imagine a world without water, as in here:
imagine the air so polluted that you could no longer breathe freely, and would have to wear a mask 24/7, or stay indoors,
imagine . . .
While we may never know such extremes in our lifetime, we may get dangerously close, sooner than we think, if we don’t all change our ways.
Today, I am thankful for the trees, and the water, and the air.
How about you? What do you appreciate the most in nature?