The Last Leaves

Let’s hear it – NOT clear it – for the trees! We need them more than they need us. Planting new ones is all well and good, but we need old growth trees more than some silly little saplings. If more states – or the whole country – legalizes hemp and marijuana we would not have to chop down another tree for paper! — YUR
PS. No, I do not – and likely would not – partake in the ingesting of marijuana. — YUR


The Day When Forests
Won’t Have Any Trees

Climate emergency, – a man-made executioner we fear so much that we’ve sent our own children to do battle with – has always had a fierce opponent, even before it needed one: trees. Living beings that ushered us to the present, they’ve got all it takes to save our future.
As long as they’re standing, that is. But stood have many, for millennia. As we see forests, we miss what makes them one. Trees may be downed, but nothing kills their gift for being reborn. The history of the world is told by thousand rings inside their girth.
They tower and endure. They come as big as cathedrals, and as old as a religion. Life travels from roots to high up branches, as they hang on to Earth as its own giant limbs. Trees have been blowing oxygen down our lungs for…

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3 Responses to “The Last Leaves”

  1. 1 Colltales June 15, 2019 at 6:49 pm

    Thank you for the reblogging, YUR.

  2. 2 lwc June 15, 2019 at 7:35 pm

    Contrary to the hyper-sensitivity of the DEA, FBI, military/industrial hyper-control fanatics, etc, hemp is only related to marijuana, rather than identical to it. Unlike marijuana, hemp has such low concentrations of the psychoactive photo-chemical, THC, that it is literally “un-smokable”.

    Hemp used to be a valuable and useful commercial crop before our medieval and Byzantine drug policies corrupted social policy in America. The first durable cloth for working men’s clothing was made from hemp.

    It is a major benefit to our economy to have it back in our stores.

  3. 3 unclerave June 16, 2019 at 2:26 pm

    Good for the economy, and good for the earth! A real win/win! — YUR

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