Wordless Wednesday: Earth Day 2009

Wordless Wednesday: Earth Day 2009

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Today is Earth Day 2009. I will not bore you with more information about the Earth Day as I believe you can find them easily in Google. Rather, I would like to leave you with two thoughts:

1. What can you do each day to make this planet a better place?

2. What can you leave behind for your children and your children’s children when my journey ends? Would they still have trees to sit around?

Happy Earth Day to everyone!

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29 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Earth Day 2009

  1. jakill

    When I was in Egypt a few weeks ago, they held an earth day hour at 7 pm. In the hotels, all non-essential lighting was turned off and we sat around eating, drinking with candles. It was weird and wonderful.

  2. Symphony of Love Post author

    @ Jakill, it must have been a wonderful feeling. 🙂

    Lin, you are absolutely right! I did not notice about the storm clouds rolling in. It would be dangerous to stay under the tree.

    Fitness Diva, Happy Earth Day to you too. 🙂

  3. Jill

    Happy Earth Day!

    Love earth and save earth!
    I love the picture! the children seems enjoying the scenery and the peaceful surrounding is so relaxing.

  4. Symphony of Love Post author

    @ Sue, it truly unbelievable that 1 million plastic bags are used per minute in the US alone. What could the numbers be if we add up the whole World. And the scary question is where will all these bags go to later? In my house, you can be sure that each plastic bag is recycled and used properly. My mom is somewhat environmental conscious too as you can see how she will reuse some of the plastic bags.

    Jill, that is the picture that left me thinking what kind of Earth are we leaving for our children and their children when we are gone.

    Petula, thank you for the visit.

  5. Jade

    Nice photo for Earth Day BK.

    I will anser your quentions:
    1) I do not use plastic when I can avoid it. I try to bring my reusable bag when I buy groceries.

    2) I am definitely leaving something behind for my children for their future. We are continuously busy in planting trees for them. We have now planted more or less 80,000 trees and hope to plant some more too.

  6. Symphony of Love Post author

    @ Jade, using recyclable bag is one very good way of cutting down plastic bag. It is amazing to hear that you have planted so many trees back home in the Philippines. 🙂

    1. Symphony of Love Post author

      @ Tabitha, it is in these small decisions that you are making everyday that really make a difference. A journey of a thousand miles begins in the first step. 🙂