If mother earth was your birth mother would you try and save her?

  1. CloudExplorer profile image76
    CloudExplorerposted 5 years ago

    If mother earth was your birth mother would you try and save her?

    The planet needs our help, if you can write a hub about what you would do to help save this planet, even if you may not think it needs saving, and even if you've written one before, give it a try anyhow.

    Life is precious here on earth and its the only known existing planet with life forms inhabiting it in our known galaxy, if you can find it in your heart of hearts to write something provocative yet helpful, then you shall earn the best answer to this thought provoking question.

    Note: This question was set out to inspire the writing of a hub in connection to it, and as an answer form


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    Sarra Garrettposted 5 years ago

    Awsome question and I will certainly have to write a hub about it.  I would have to say that Mother Earth is our birth mother.  Why?  Well, without what Mother Earth gives us in plants, animals, water, etc we wouldn't be able to exhist. No food, no shelter, no clothing, etc.   The American Indian worshiped Mother Earth and Father Sky as without the animals, plants, rain, sunshine nothing would flourish.  American Indians used everything and never wasted anything.  It just saddens me to see the amount of polllution that has been created all over 'progress'.

  3. lrc7815 profile image86
    lrc7815posted 5 years ago

    I totally agree with Sarra that she is our birth mother and we have treated her so badly.  The topic is certainly worthy of a hub.  For this space though, I would have to start with respect.  All things of Mother Earth are worthy of respect.  We take more than we need and often destroy what's left in the process.  She provides us with a medicine for every illness, food for every taste, materials for shelter, heat in the winter and cooling winds in the summer.  And what do we do to her?  We through our garbage all over her surface, steal energy from her belly, pollute her living waters, and... well, if I keep going I won't be able to write a hub. 

    I love the question though!


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