Rather than exploit it, destroy it, poison it, why don’t we just enhance the beauty of it, guard it, and love it?

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Dear friends,

We know the world would not be the same. Humans, animals, plants and nature are one entity in a chain. How the universe works is with keeping the balance in every element. We are the part of them, As species on the top of the food chain, creating a relationship and sustaining the balance is our primary role on this fragile planet. We must defend this fragile planet at all costs, because it’s all we’ve got. We don’t have anything else but this planet, our home in the cosmos. Rather than exploit it, destroy it, poison it, why don’t we just enhance the beauty of it, guard it, and love it?

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