To Gaea, the Earth goddess – with Love


There are only 9 days to go until Earth Day and I invited fellow earthlings to write a message for Gaea, the Greek Goddess of the Earth. The responses received were phenomenal!

I decided to share a quote!

There couldn’t be a more appropriate day for me to dedicate these beautiful lines penned by one of my favourite poets.


Then there were some who sent in meaningful messages.

“Mother Earth- abode for millions of life forms. It nourishes and cherishes us, shelters and protects us.”
-Dhruv Maniktala

“We have exploited you for our gains since times immemorial but the new generation is slightly more aware and educated and we are going to try our best to protect you and repair the damages caused.”
– Roshan Adarsh Shukla

“Mother Earth, you have taken a lot on yourself. You have been the most humble when it comes to taking the pain what we all have given to you for all these years.
Thanks a lot for everything!
Whatever you are doing can never be replaced with any efforts of the whole mankind!”
-Harshvardhan Singh

“This Earth Day, let’s celebrate it by taking action. An action is a real contribution towards positive change. Now, that action could be anything and we all know about it, the point is to create something for a sustainable future and for positive change today. So let’s not complain about air pollution, but create companies like ‘Tesla’ or lets not complain about solid waste but set up recycling plants. 
Let’s create a habit to think and care about the planet where we live. The future will be much brighter if we turn over a new leaf now!
Let’s come together to make our planet better!”
-Ankit Maisuriya

Some decided to share beautiful poetry written by them!

“What a wonderful joy it is to see,
The Beauty of nature and its majesty.

Everything blends, entwines and embraces,
Spaced precisely in their desginated places.
The scent of fresh rain in spring,
The fresh air gasping through your skin.
The view of fascinating landscapes when you walk outside,
The humming of birds and glittering fireflies.

Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own.

We rise from Earth, subside in the Earth.
We are a part of Her, Not apart from her.
May we always value her worth.”
-Jay Vyas

There were some who sent messages that were on point!

“One tree can make a million matches, one match can destroy a million trees.”
-Uttam Sakhreliya

“For 200 years we’ve been conquering nature. Now we’re beating it to death.
The Earth is what we all have in common.
Earth has given us so much to cherish! So why wait forEarth Day?
Let’s take a pledge today to save our planet and for future generations to cherish what we have cherished.”
-Samarth Tandon

“Dear Mother Earth, you are feeding all of us. It is our responsibility to take care of you!”
-Madhukar Bhat

“This Earth Day, let’s celebrate the beauty of Mother Earth as we do with our mothers!”
-Samiya Rahman

“Sorry for being a bad son, Mother.”
-Kedar Gokhale

And some, who thanked us for inspiring them to care for the Earth! 
Oh, we’re so grateful!

“Goddess Gaea,
I would like to express my gratitude for presenting us with the most alluring place to spend our lives, you have really done a splendid job caring for mankind, credit goes to this blog, which made me realise that how much I took the environment for granted and ignored it. I really hope you bless the people behind the blog with the utmost happiness and joy, and I shall henceforth do my part to take care of the Earth.”
-Abhinav Paliwal

Thank you everyone for being a part of this! We’re so glad that there are people who share a deep love for our planet! 🙂 We’re still accepting responses for this post because we’d like to spread the love!

Do you have a message for Earth ? 
Send it to us via the ‘Contact Us’ page or by posting it below in the comments section



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