Mario Lanza is the only one I know who does great justice to this beautiful poem:
"Trees" - Mario Lanza
- TREES -
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Multiple Blessings from Trees
The largest Sequoias in northern California weigh more than six blue whales. The tallest Australian eucalyptus trees and redwoods tower as high as a 30-story building. Some of the Bristlecone pines in the American west are 4,000 years old.
Trees do more than provide us with building materials, food and medicine. Like other green plants, trees take the waste carbon dioxide produced by animals and humans and turns it into oxygen. As a bonus, trees produce sugar. The cellulose fiber we call wood is actually only thousands of sugar molecules linked into long chains. In recent years, scientists have also learned that trees communicate with each other. They cool the air and pump enough moisture into the air to transform a dry, desert-like climate. If it were not for the mycorrhiza fungi, trees would battle through their roots for control of moisture and soil resources. However, when this fungus is present in the root systems, trees will link roots with each other and share water and nutrients.
Scripture's simple statement that God created trees expands into volumes of information as we learn more about them. This is how science done in faith – that is, as our search for knowledge about what God has made – serves to glorify our Creator!
We are so very blessed to have the beautiful Nature with which God surrounds us, and voices like Mario Lanza's to exalt it!
I have a tree in my back yard which has two arms/hands with fingers spread a little are lifted up to God! It is such a beautiful sight to behold! I literally cried when I had to trim a back a bit a couple of times, afraid she'd split in half!
I had placed a picture window in my bedroom just so I could view this wonder, my beautiful tree and yard!
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