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Earth Day-Sing for the Trees

Earth Day - Sing for the Trees
April 22, 2012
Noon Wherever you are on the planet
Sing to your favorite trees. Join a global perpetual choir to create awareness about our reciprocal relationship with trees.

A Single Idea Planted With Hope - In January 2010 a single idea was planted on the fertile ground of Facebook. It was a simple call: Create your own Woodstock. On Earth Day, April 22, 2010 sing to your favorite tree.

The Response - Over 5,000 people from 40 countries and 30 states sang to trees

The Need - Every day a rain forest the size of Central Park is destroyed. Every year a rain forest area larger than England is cut down. 15% of deforestation is caused by cutting down trees for toilet paper.

Why Sing?
The Civil Rights Movement, Apartheid and more recently Pete Seeger''s Ship of Hope to clean the Hudson River have used song to create awareness and galvanize action.

Singing: Helps create community. Gives us a way to have a voice in saving what we love. Is an offering of our life force and spirit. Connects us to ancient traditions. Nourishes trees by giving them carbon dioxide. Is part of the joy of being human. Helps us relax and tune into nature and to each other. Reminds us we are part of the chorus of life.

 A Few Tree Messages - As you humans come and take a public stand with us, it does strengthen our health. Your intentions radiate in waves that carry life force. We are grateful for the public nature of your support. That is needed even more than you know. Open support creates consciousness waves within the collective human mind. Our life becomes less about struggling to maintain and more about generating greater life force for all. Every small thought turned to action counts. Bonnie Willow, Asheville, North Carolina

The trees say BeLeaf in yourself. Alan DeValle, New York City

Some Results - Just letting you know, that since we sang and danced with the trees with the kindergarten children a few weeks ago, many of them are spontaneously doing this ritual every Thursday afternoon when we go back to the forest. F.D. Switzerland

Please email Susan Elizabeth Hale susong@yahoo.com for more information on how to participate

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