Happy Earth Day Annie. What a great photo and wise words.Hugs,JB
Thanks, Julia. Traditionally, the Native Americans have a respectful attitude of the earth and its inhabitants. I agree.
What pretty music! I think just the opposite, I believe the earth belongs to us and it's our responsibility to take care of it.
I agree that it is our responsibility to care for earth. We were told to take care of it. We do not own it, though. The creator does. Ashes to ashes; dust to dust. We are of this earth. Native Americans believe that, too. That is what Chief Seattle was saying.
Happy Earth Day McGuffy! I am so concerned over our oceans and the Gulf... it all worries me but I have to start some place and the ocean is so dear to me.Enjoy your Wednesday!
If we each do our part, the job gets done. That is all we are expected to do: our part. Hug.
we do need to be more kind to her, don't we?
Indeed, we do, T.!
We all have work to do in this regard, right?
We sure do, Linda. Every day. Hug.
It should be a joy, not a burden, to do our share!
It absolutely should be a joy! And it is.