Earth Day

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1 cinta untuk bumi kita

Happy earth day

Hari ini bertepatan pada tanggal 22 april , kita memperingati sebagai hari bumi. Namun apakah selama ini kita hanya memperingati hari bumi pada tanggal itu saja ? apakah kita hanya membuang sampah pada tempatnya, mengurangi limbah, listrik, polusi pada hari itu saja ? kalau jawaban sebagian dari kita adalah ‘iya’ maka kasihan bumi kita, mereka hanya kita perhatikan saat tanggal 22 april saja, sedangkan di hari lain, kita sering menyakiti mereka, kita sering membuang sampah sembarangan, memborosokan listrik, dan memperlakukan pohon dengan seenaknya. Padahal, selama ini mereka telah memberikan udara yang segar, hawa yang sejuk, kerindangan, ketenangan, dan menjadi sumber energi bagi kita kaum manusia dan hewan.

Bumi semakin lama, semakin tidak terkontrol, semakin panas dan cuaca tidak menentu, es di kutub utara mulai mencair dan banyaknya lahan-lahan di kota besar dibangun ruko-ruko, perumahan, persawahan, dan lain-lain tanpa diimbangi dengan penanaman pohon-pohon penyerap oksigen. Polusi juga semakin memenuhi udara, hawa menjadi panas dan banyaknya karbon dioksida bertebaran dimana-mana, ditambah lagi dengan tempat pembuangan sampah yang semakin hari semakin menggunung, dan tidak terpisahkan antara sampah organik dan sampah non organik. Mungkinkah anak cucu kita dapat merasakan manfaat dari tanaman hidup ?

1 cinta untuk bumi kita, walaupun hanya 1 cinta saja kita berikan untuk bumi kita, jika setiap dari kita menyumbangkan 1 cinta / orang untuk bumi kita. Jika dikumpulkan akan menjadi beribu ribu cinta, bahkan berjuta juta cinta untuk bumi kita. Bumi akan sangat senang dan akan membalas cinta itu pada setiap kita melalui kerindangannya, kesejukannya, dan lain lain.

Mungkin saat ini sudah booming global warming dan semakin maraknya penanaman pohon hijau, namun apakah setiap dari kita ikut…...

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