We also need too understand the stories of plastics, garbages on rivers and the truth about concrete jungles.
Or mother nature will remind us in ways that are unexpected.
This time her name was Yolanda/Haiyan.
We have to remember.
We need to remember.
We all need to be reminded.
That there are still some who are living here for 1300 years.
We have to face the truth that climate is changing.
And we need to come together and work together making the changes the best we can.
In our homes.
With our choices.
Let's have conversations about the planet.
And learn and listen to one another.
And educate each other about the matters of the planet in the past, present and future.
We are all here. Still here.
And together we can collaborate, cooperate, and coordinate to make changes.
I have never seen a 1300 year old tree ever in my life, until recently.
To witness and to touch a 1300 year old tree is a gift.
Sometimes we forget.
Sometimes we need to be reminded.
Sometimes it takes time to realize and embrace the truth.
But we are all trying to understand.
We are all trying to piece everything that we need to know and not know.
About the earth then, now and the coming future.
And still here it is, still standing in front of me a 1300 year old tree.