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Trees A forest does not grow on trees!

Throughout history, trees have been considered sacred and honored, due to their association with the celestial realms, being considered as gateways to other dimensions.
Trees embody the maximum "from top to bottom" . Their deeply rooted roots in the soil and leaves looking skyward are mediators between dark soil and bright sky. This represents Crann Bethadh, the" Tree of life " in Celtic mythology. Also, the roots of trees can feel the acoustic vibrations of water in the soil. They can do this even if there is no moisture in the soil. This means that trees are sensitive to sounds.
Trees teach us to stay on earth even when we ascend to greatness.
In fact, they provide us with clean air, shade, food, as well as habitats essential to the world's wildlife. Their power manifests itself as the air we breathe. Trees teach us a lot about life; they remind us to be grateful, making us realize that the things that really matter are those that are right in front of us. No matter who you are, a tree will give you shade and respite whenever you need it.
Trees have souls and are inhabited by spirits trying to communicate with us.
Tree species, like humans and animals, exhibit different attitudes and "personalities". Some trees, such as beech trees, are bullies, willows are lonely and unshakable. Oaks act as a family and generally trees act as tribes and protect themselves in their own way. What is fascinating is that healthy trees can support their "babies" or weaker members of the "community" by providing them with the necessary nutrients.
Building a network means having communication channels, which is actually a kind of language, the language of trees. Underground, there is the world of infinite biological pathways that connect trees to each other and allow them to communicate.
The forest behaves as if it were a single organism. It can be said that it is a great intelligence.
The ancient people who lived near the forests were aware of this, therefore there are often references to the "whisper" or songs of trees.
About 170,000 pencils can be made from a normal-sized tree. A single tree can produce 118 kilograms of oxygen in a year, enough for a family of 4 people. A single tree can absorb in a year all the carbon that a car emits over a distance of 8,500 miles.
Selected trees thank you for recognizing our positive attitude and accepting us as a part of your surroundings. Through interaction with you I have learned much of your wisdom, including from .the spirits that dwell within you.
Thank you that you exist and do not hold grudges for the sufferings you have had over time. We thank you for the fresh gifts you offer us and we ask you to be with us and almost everywhere, to take our confessions to all worlds together with your confessions, because each family tree of each and every one of us, produced some lemons, olives, a few nuts, a few apples, etc. Thank you and forgive us for everything!
scorpio611 · 41-45, M
Trees are invaluable contributors to our planet's health and well-being. Their importance extends far beyond providing shade on a hot day or adding beauty to our landscapes. Trees play a crucial role in maintaining ecological balance by absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen through photosynthesis, helping to mitigate the effects of climate change. They provide habitats for countless species of wildlife and promote biodiversity. Additionally, trees help control soil erosion, filter pollutants from the air and water, and offer a sense of serenity in urban environments. Beyond their environmental significance, trees also hold cultural and social importance, acting as symbols of growth, longevity, and interconnectedness in many societies. Recognizing the profound impact of trees on our lives underscores the urgent need for their conservation and sustainable management to ensure a healthier planet for future generations.
Such passion, intuition and understanding of trees here. Thank you for this
Teslin · M
Thank you for posting.
If you kill one, plant 2 !!!
We can never have enough right now.
Jonjdw · 46-50, M
I’ve heard similar stuff in my life about trees. I lived on a property that my mom said had 200 trees and bushes when a kid. I used to climb them. There was an apple tree by our swingset. I was afraid of trees still am today. I can be around them but I feel fear. I have more fear for some trees over others. I’m not the only one.

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