Thursday, November 25, 2010
I have devoted my life to caring about the biodiversity and health of our planet and will continue to do so until the day I die. This Earth, this beautiful amazing orb in a vast universe, the source of all life, is what I am most thankful for today and every day.
I am thankful for its mighty water that is its lifeblood and ours
I am thankful for its soil that preserves and sustains the miracle of our sustenance
I am thankful for the sun that warms us body and soul
I am thankful for the wind that reminds us of its fury and power
I am thankful for all creatures who live in harmony with man
I am thankful for the seed, the most miraculous wonder on Earth.
From one tiny seed we can cultivate life for millions.
May we as humans truly see how much we have to be thankful for every day and come together now to understand that in order to show that thankfulness and to be one with this living Earth, we must treat her with kindness and respect.
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