Can listening to nature improve how we listen to music? https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/music/can-listening-to-nature-improve-how-we-listen-to-music/2017/06/01/d16ffeda-40ac-11e7-8c25-44d09ff5a4a8_story.html?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest
Hikers dwarfed by towering karri trees - south west corner of Western Australia >>> When you stop the car and get out inside one of these forests, it feels like you're in the heart of a vast cathedral, a cathedral of nature. Quite awesome.
Trees help to slow climate change by providing a carbon sink. They also improve air quality in urban areas. Don't cut down trees for a new home or for more agricultural land. Your daily choices (what you buy) affect what happens to trees.
“My son was meant to be a tree” – Veronica Herrera-Ramirez
Nicki Berger lost her mother a few years ago, and chose a Bios Urn because she wanted her mother´s death to bring new life. She opted for a Red Maple tree, because the maple represents strength, beauty, and was also compatible with Minnesota´s extreme temperatures.
When Hélène Blondin passed away, her family opted to use a Bios Urn, as they felt it was an appropriate way to remember her after life, and that it would be a beautiful memorial. They wanted to use the Bios Urn in a cemetery in Quebec.