In a polluted world, trees can be the key to our survival


Last weekend I did my part to save the world – I planted a tree. OK, it might not be quite the level of climate change activism Greta Thunberg calls for, but it still felt good to put something so pure in the ground that will live on long after I was planted in the ground myself .

n the year that the cherry blossoms bloomed more vividly and breathtakingly than ever, the words of Zen Buddhist master Ikkyu Sojun seem desperately appropriate in our troubled world: “The cherry blossom represents the fragility of life, a reminder that it is overwhelmingly beautiful, but tragic is also short.” In a polluted world, trees can be the key to our survival

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