K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Knowledge is power.
The greed of such people was at first a ploy to usurp the rights of other human beings. The next step was to move his hand into the trees, on which the animals used to wander and reside. The trees were cut down and taken away by him. Meanwhile, his eyes fell on the clear flowing rivers and small streams. With that, the small streams were wiped off the face of the earth, and even the great rivers became thin and narrow. In the same way, with his head held high, the huge trees that were flying the flag of victory fell one by one with his hands. As a result, the habitat of birds and animals was damaged. No- they have lost their self-sufficiency. In a word, the lives of other birds and animals were disrupted.
If a man treats the beauties of nature in this way, how can nature forgive man? That is all that is happening now. First, nature gave the man some clues. Therefore, nature, realizing that man is not trying to learn anything, is gradually giving way to more serious disasters. Has man yet learned? Nature is not insane or nature did not become insane. It is only occasionally showing its cosmic form to teach a man.
small drops make a mighty ocean
We should amend our ways. We should not abuse nature. We should be environment friendly. Our actions should support nature so that it will continue supporting mankind.
Similarly in a tree of hibiscus, we can see a small cutting mark in the stem near the flower to cut there as if marked in our packets having indicating mark to cut.
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.