The Circle of Life
It seems to make sense that the Earth is round.
Life on Earth relies on a cycle. Everything that lives on Earth goes around: from birth to death. This is the beautiful pattern of life and if you look at it closely, you'll see it flows perfectly.
What is the circle of life? When this cycle is uninterrupted, nature thrives. Plants grow from seed, they live and flourish. They pollinate and spread seeds and when they reach the end, they wither and die. They eventually give back to the Earth by fertilising the ground from which they came.
If we follow this pattern of nature in everything we do too, the planet will be in balance. The circle of life is real.
Like other animals, we humans grow from a single cell to mature, possibly reproduce and then go back into the Earth when we die. But we often leave some things behind that upset the harmony of the planet.
We need to stop leaving our mark and follow the example so beautifully given by nature the world over. It is vitally important that we make the right choices in what we produce and what we purchase. Everything should not only go further and last longer, but it must leave less damage.
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