- When you plant a tree, you also help to feed the earth.
- A good tree cannot bear bad fruit; nor can a bad tree produce good fruit. So, by their fruits, you shall know them.
- A tree without bark cannot bear fruit, nor can a good person remain mute while others suffer misfortune.
- A tree is known by its fruit.
- The tree that does not bend gets chopped down.
- A tree grows strong from adversity.
- Trees give shade, water, fruit and produce oxygen.
- As a tree grows strong by spreading its roots deep.
- The oak tree, elm, maple, ash, pine, cypress, and all other trees are the children of God. The difference between them is that some are strong, others are feeble, but all of them are useful.
- The branches of a tree cannot reach the sky but the roots can go far below the ground.
- In the forest every tree has a use.
- It takes ten years to build a tree and a reputation, and five minutes to ruin both.
- Trees are useful for shade, fruit, and medicine.
- When branches grow too long they break off and hurt themselves; similarly, by neglecting details we injure ourselves.
- A tree lives by three rules: Be strong, be stable, be green.
- The tree is known by its fruit, therefore, let your fruit be good.
- The more I look into nature, the more clearly I see how much I resemble nature.
- Every tree has its unique characteristics which is a mirror reflection of its growing conditions. The same applies to humans.
- The forest is full of trees, some tall and strong, some small and delicate, all different colors, shapes, and sizes, yet all one large family.
- As trees grow around them, forests develop.
- When a green tree is cut down, it does not leave roots behind it.
- Forest is the home of all living creatures.
- Lesson from Trees: The meaning of life is living life to the fullest.
- The greenest trees show their fruit first.
- Life has no true meaning unless there is something greater than life.
- When you enter a forest, you leave the world behind.
- When God created the trees he made them all different colors. That way no two trees would look alike.
- The purpose of life is to live it, to taste, to smell, to see, and be one with nature.
- Life is all about living, loving, learning, growing, laughing, sharing, thinking, dreaming, and having faith.
- The forest is a great teacher, he teaches by example.
- The greenest trees are often closest to the sun.
- Green trees show good health, silver brings prosperity and gold means fortune.
- The forest is full of trees, some tall and strong, some small and delicate, all different colors, shapes, and sizes, together creating a natural paradise.
- The forest is full of life, but the trees within the forest need each other.
- Green trees grow strong roots and provide shade for other plants.
- A green tree does not grow high unless it receives proper nourishment and water.
- The forest is full of trees, some tall and strong, some small and delicate, all different colors, shapes, and sizes, yet they all live together in harmony.
- Roots are the foundation of all growth.
- Nature has set no limits to what the human species can accomplish.
- True nature is always constant, unaffected by circumstance, time, or change.
- Roots hold your plant firm while branches give it height and beauty.
- Nature teaches us how to live and teaches us how to die.
- Roots cannot grow without soil, nor can fruit trees bear good fruit unless planted firmly.
- Nature is the source of all knowledge, and yet we cannot see her face.
- True Nature is natural goodness without artificial embellishment.
- Roots grow deep into the ground, but they remain connected to the tree above.
- Nature tells us to live life simply and enjoy each day.
- Nature abhors a vacuum.
- Roots carry the tree above ground.
- True Nature is the basis of all religions as well as all philosophies.
- A tree planted in the ground and watered daily will produce fruit in due season.
- Like nature, majestic trees look good even without leaves in winter.
- We need trees to preserve our environment, but we need forest wilderness to keep us sane.
- Plant trees and you will reap fruit as long as the sun shines.
- The tree is magnificent because it stands tall and strong for all to see.
- The forest is silent, the wilderness is loud.
- Plant trees, watch them grow, shade them protect them, water them feed them...and enjoy their fruits.
- A majestic tree does not need to grow tall to show off its beauty.
- When you are lost in the woods, you need to follow the sun and the stars.
- The world is created by the strong and destroyed by the weak.
- A tree is known by its fruit. If you plant good seeds, they will grow into good trees and bear good fruits.
- Creation is better than destruction because creation has no limits whereas destruction does.
- You cannot always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you might find you get what you need.
- Creation comes from love.
- An ancient tree does not produce fruit for itself alone but bears its fruits unto many generations.
- Character comes from the tree. You are responsible for how you live your life.
- When you find a friend among the trees, consider it a gift from God.
- Learn Character from trees, values from roots, and change from leaves.
- A friend in need is like a flower garden, but a flower garden without friends is like a desert.
- An ancient tree has endured through centuries of storms and drought.
- Like nature, the character comes from hard work, diligence, and persistence.
- The presence of nature makes us more appreciative of our surroundings.
- The ancient trees grow strong and tall.
- Law of life: a forest is known by the company of trees it keeps. Likewise, a person is known by the company he keeps.
- You reap what you sow.
- A single living organism cannot exist without other living organisms.
- When you plant a tree, you have planted seeds of the future.
- You cannot survive without water, yet you cannot live without air. Trees are part of our ecosystem that provide air and water.
- An oak can be felled by a single blow, but it takes several thousand cuts to kill a tree.
- Like a tree planted by water springs forth roots of righteousness.
- A tree grows best when planted near a river or stream.
- Trees are meant to be planted in the open, where they can take full advantage of sunlight.
- A tree needs oxygen to grow. If it gets too much oxygen, it becomes overgrown with foliage.
- A tree's bark protects it from insects and disease. It also helps retain moisture.
- As the seasons change, so do the trees.
- The tree is a symbol of longevity.
- The tree is an embodiment of strength and endurance.
- Trees are symbols of peace and tranquility.
- Trees are the oldest living things on earth. They were here before man was born.
Trees are nature's most beautiful creations.
Trees are useful animals. They help keep the soil fertile.
Trees are natural resources. We use wood for fuel, furniture, paper products, and building materials.
Trees are living beings. They breathe, eat, drink, sleep, play, mate, reproduce, and die.
Trees stand up straight like soldiers ready for battle.
Trees are like people who have lived a long time.
Trees are wonderful reminders of God's goodness.
The strongest tree is the one that stands by itself.
- Trees are very good at taking care of themselves.
- Trees are alive. They absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the atmosphere.
- Trees can withstand harsh weather conditions.
- Trees are valuable assets to any community.
- Trees are a source of beauty and inspiration.
- Trees are an integral part of our environment.
- Trees are part of our daily lives.
- Trees are repositories of knowledge.
- Trees are reservoirs of wisdom.
- Trees are renewable sources of energy.
- Trees are reliable sources of energy.
- We need trees to protect us from the elements.
- We need trees because we depend on them for food and shelter.
- We need trees as a source of income.
- We need trees to maintain clean air and water.
- We need trees so that we may enjoy the benefits of fresh air and cool breezes.
- We need trees, not only for their beauty but also for their utility.
- We need trees if we want to stay healthy and happy.
- We need trees since they are essential to life.
- We need trees. They make our homes more comfortable and pleasant.
- Earth plays host to a rich community of life within a single living organism.
- Planting even a single tree can bring about a significant change.
- A single tree is like a dancing tongue of flame to warm the heart.
- This solitary Tree! a living thing produced too slowly ever to decay; of form and aspect too magnificent to be destroyed.
- Love is like a tree, it grows of its own accord, it puts down deep roots into our whole being.
- Two things inspire me: the starry heavens above and the beautiful forest on earth.
- The Quality of air that emanates from old trees wonderfully changes and renews a weary spirit.
- The beauty of trees can be seen as poems that the earth writes upon the sky.
- The pine tree seems to listen, the fir tree to wait and both without impatience: they give no thought to the little people beneath them devoured by their impatience and their curiosity.
- The storm is a good opportunity for the banyan tree to show its strength and its stability.
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