The Importance Of Saving The Earth

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It is to be said without a doubt that the earth is the most breathtaking and wonderful planet in the whole solar system. It is not too cold or not too hot, it was just placed in the right distance from the sun. It has an atmosphere to act as a protective blanket from the sun and to provide us with the air that we breathe. Not to mention, until today, it is the only planet that could support life. Other than the many animals, plants, and other living things that it holds, it also houses the most complex and sophisticated living thing of all: humans.

Remember the days when you were still a child and your parents told you not to run around the house too much, but you insisted and did anyway? Remember breaking that vase because you ran into it while you were running around and trying to fix it before your parents come home? The earth, unfortunately is not a vase that we can just put back into shape with a touch or dab of
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When we harm the earth, we fail to think of the people who are to live on it even after we die. Saving the earth will not only benefit us now but will also benefit the future generations who will inherit the earth after us. Do we not want our grandchildren and great grandchildren to live in a earth that was as beautiful as what we are living in right now or do we want them to live in a wasteland? Just as President Theodore Roosevelt said,” But there must be the look ahead, there must be a realization of the fact that to waste, to destroy, our natural resources, to skin and exhaust the land instead of using it so as to increase its usefulness, will result in undermining in the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by right to hand down to them amplified and developed.” Our actions now that harm the environment will have long term effects and will scar the earth which our children will live in, in the

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