Paradise found

Green
Coconut now, wine later!

“I’m just taking care of myself: Eating less, exercising more, drinking a lot of coconut water”

Jennie Garth

Why green is Nature’s colour?

Green is the colour that represents Nature at its best as the season enters spring.

Plants are green because they contain a chemical called chlorophyll, which is involved in photosynthesis, converting sunlight into chemical energy that is responsible for the sustenance of life on earth.

Sadly Green is disappearing from the world.

Why?

Forests are the world’s air conditioning system.

And they are the lungs of the planet.

Because of the reckless deforestation, the air-conditioning is getting switched off soon.

We are voluntarily inviting our death much faster!

Who cares!

Who is listening!

Human greed has crossed all limits.

It’s too late now.

Stop crying.

“God has cared for these trees, saved them from drought, disease, avalanches, and a thousand tempests and floods.

But he cannot save them from fools”

John Muir

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philo

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This post is Sandy’s Friendly Friday Challenge- Green

4 thoughts on “Paradise found

  1. Nothing beats fresh coconut water from young green coconuts. There’s something about drinking it right out of the coconut that is lost when it’s poured from a plastic bottle or tetra pak. For reasons of environmental and taste, I’d rather not drink coconut water at all, than drink it from a package. Green should stay green!

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