A dialogue between two friends on the importance of tree plantation.
Myself: Hello, good morning.
Friend: Good morning. How are you?
Myself: I am fine by the grace of Allah. What about you?
Friend: I am also fine.
Myself: Where are you going now, my friend?
Friend: I am going to the nursery.
Myself: Nursery! But why?
Friend: To buy sapling.
Myself: What will you do with the sapling?
Friend : Tree plantation.
Myself: Please explain.
Friend: Trees are the most important element of our environment. It supplies oxygen and receives
carbon dioxide that we always leave.
Myself: What more?
Friend: Tree keeps our ecological balance, protects river erosion, provides sheds to our beasts and birds.
Myself: Does it play any role of filling the demand of food?
Friend: Sure. It supplies us with all kinds of food we eat.
Myself: I agree with you. But I see something more than oxygen and food.
Friend: What are those?
Myself: Furniture, fuel and medicine. All these are the part and parcel of our daily life.
Friend: I am grateful to you for sharing your valuable views and ideas.
Myself: Thank you, my friend.
Friend: You are most welcome.