Restore the Garden of Eden
by Ludy Laud Reyno
(San Manuel, Isabela, Philippines)
God has given us the most beautiful place to live in.
Tall trees where birds sing, clean water forms where fish swim. Mountains and forests where herds of wild animals are found. Different plants that human subsistence comes from. Colorful flowers attract fauna and other insects. They make the peaceful surroundings full of life.
Humans ... the highest form of beings. God made them caretakers. But what did others do? They destroyed the pleasantness of the universe. From this, slowly the most beautiful place became the most destroyed avenue for living. Rivers full of garbage, and air pollution everywhere.
It's not yet too late to restore the Garden of Eden. We can be an agent or the main restorer. Let's plant trees everywhere, here and there. So that endangered animals can hibernate and reproduce. Let's learn to segregate biodegradable from the opposite. This can be used for growing plants.
Organize teams to do their part. Encourage them to do something good. If you're doing your part, eventually the Garden of Eden will still survive.