A kind deed today brings the promise of unconditional success tomorrow. In the environmentally despairing times that we live in, a tiny act of replenishing the earth with that which we unfairly took away for our selfish motives, is much needed. Planting a tree should be seen as a lifelong investment, the benefits of which will long surpass your own lifetime but will prove to enliven the lives of your children, and the generations that fall after. Provided, each one understands, respects, and appreciates the mammoth gift our friendly trees really are!
How well this investment grows. depends on the unconditional care and undivided attention that it receives. As widely read and accepted, the fruits of success cannot be enjoyed without a little hard work and patience.
A famous quote reads, “Imagine if trees gave off WiFi signals, we’d be planting so many trees, we’d probably save the planet. Too bad they only produce oxygen we breathe”. It is unfortunate how we take nature’s bounty for granted, without winking an eyelid when we crush the same life inducing ecosystem that ensures humanity is not wiped off the face of the Earth. Conscience actions, governed by a sense of gratitude towards that which isn’t private property is an awakening that needs to be instilled in all inhabitants of this planet. Without immediate action, our survival on the planet will be drastically reduced. Let’s pledge to make wiser, and more sustainable choices with each step that we takes towards a common future. Let’s not be governed by capitalist ideals and consumerist demands that have wrecked havoc. Instead, let’s take a step back to make the effort of fixing that which we have collectively broken. Plant a tree today and watch a future blossom.
Seth M.R.Jaipuria School on 26th July, 2019, took the initiative to plant 50 sapling of variety of trees. Gulmohar, Ashok, Amaltash, Guava and Saijan to name a few were planted by the students of classes 6 to 8. This plantation drive was undertaken at a park situated in the Gomti Nagar Extension. The students who have adopted this area to make it green will regularly visit to see the progress of the plants.