Living trees are as valuable to humankind as are the products because they help in conserving natural resources. The roots prevent soil from being washed away by heavy rains. Forests are the main factors of our environment water-cycle.
Today’s atmosphere is highly polluted and there is more need for oxygen. They evaporate water taken from the earth by roots.
I too, started life as a small sapling and continued to grow. The development of roots requires time and dedication. Sunlight gives the tree energy, and water saturates the roots forming them deeply. We start off as tiny beings, and we begin to grow and depend on our roots.
Deeply formed roots are able to stand throughout all the effects and actions of nature/environment. Simply having a relationship with Christ stimulates root growth. Bending at fierce winds and standing straight rooted to its chosen place showcases a tree’s strength.
A single mature tree can produce as much oxygen in 4 months as two families consume for a year.
Without trees we’d all be inhaling what we have just exhaled. It’s because there’s more oxygen in a nearby tree than anywhere else.
Trees are usually considered as bland, unusual objects that are usually taken for granted; however, I believe there is more to a tree that meets the eye. During the holidays, trees are able to spread holiday cheer by wearing holiday decorations.
Through providing, they are always beneficial to the needs of others.
A reduction in drying soil & vegetation can be lessened by windbreaks. Well, trees increase the property value of your home by 15% (or depending where you live).
And last but definitely not the least reason why trees are important . So if you are planning to sell your house, it’s a good thing that you have kept a tree.