If trees could talk, they would remind us that the Creator made humans with His hands on the sixth day and intended us to be the caretakers of all other creations. We are born and wake up one day to find ourselves here, with everything already in place. The trees are great, and so are we—but they can and did live without us, while we cannot live without them.
In this collection of prose and poetry, author Ruth M. Glass celebrates trees and explores what they might have to say to humanity if they were able to speak to us. They furnish us with so much—beauty, charm, and creativity. Glass believes trees would encourage us to respect the Almighty Creator and praise Him for the splendor and usefulness that trees bring into our lives.
Who can call all the trees by name,
See their beauty as one and the same.
Trees have families’ character and traits, Like people they give, and also have fate.
There are so many trees - shapes, sizes and heights,
Thin, thick, course and smooth bark, that covers them right.
Their leaves and their needles drape them over with care.
Their lovely color, their fragrance of flowers
And fruits that they bear.
To man, trees are awesome, a magnificent scene.
The trees can capture man’s very being.
We are happy to be beautiful trees.
God made us and man is pleased.
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