Daiki: Aren't ancient trees like "teachers"?
Chariya: Many traditional cultures claim this. Hence the edicts that some trees should never be cut.
An-Yi: Nowadays, it seems that if the price is right almost anything will be cut.
Bhäraté: Yeah . . . we've lost too much of the sacred.
In Shadows of Great Trees - an art work and poem by T Newfields

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