Kraft: Let’s care for our ‘Mother Earth'

Posted 5/11/21

On Mother’s Day when I was reading the article, “NASA chief eyes climate, hedges on moon landing,” it reminded me of our other mother, Mother Earth.

The new NASA chief, Bill …

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Kraft: Let’s care for our ‘Mother Earth'

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On Mother’s Day when I was reading the article, “NASA chief eyes climate, hedges on moon landing,” it reminded me of our other mother, Mother Earth.

The new NASA chief, Bill Nelson, plans on making climate change a top priority along with space exploration. It is reassuring to know that tackling climate change is a top priority for NASA.

Although space exploration is important, healing Mother Earth is more important. Without her life-giving gifts of clean air and water, we have no future. She is a perfect mother and is irreplaceable.

Just as we should honor and love our mothers, we must respect and care for our other mother, Mother Earth.

Maggie Kraft
Tempe

Earth,

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