Have you ever seen the roots of a Bonsai plant ?
I'm no expert but when I do see one, I appreciate it to the highest level. Firstly, from the many Bonsai experts that I know, caring for the Bonsai is hard work. It's like they have a mind of their own and because their roots grow above the ground, they need to withstand the many obstacles; hot, cold, rain etc...
Just look at the roots of this Bonsai plant. See how it wraps around each other and the thickness of its roots shows just how strong it is. I had shared a post a while back about how the roots of every plant is important; just as the backbone of every nation.
In today's global pandemic situation, the roots of every country is tested - it has to combat both the internal and external obstacles that comes its way. Like the Bonsai roots, the nations are exposed to extreme external complications, something that many are not prepared for and till this very day have no answer to resolve it.
Be it the heat or cold or too much water or less, the Bonsai is able to react with countermeasures; that's because it is something common to it and the roots have created a self inoculation to overcome it. But, what happens if a new fertiliser is given to it, how would its roots adapt to the change.
Very much like the situation in many countries, COVID-19 is just a flu yet this flue has evolved itself so much that the current available medication or vaccine isn't enough to fight it off. Like the Bonsai roots, we continue to try all possibilities to overcome and overthrown this virus; after all, this is survival of not just any nation but the entire human sapien species.
Purpose of this contest
Nature can be anything from plants to animals to landscapes. Untouched from its original form but evolved naturally over the years. We live in a modern, fast moving lifestyle that sometimes, we need to stop to appreciate the beauty of Mother Nature and what it has been offering to us all these centuries.
Contest Rules : POST your entry INTO the AMAZING NATURE COMMUNITY. This makes it a part of the community and visible to all other members of the community. You can add the #amazingnature TAG after it if you like. The hive-tag of the community is #hive-127788. CLEARLY MENTION that your post is an ENTRY for this contest. Drop the LINK to your post IN THE COMMENTS. You can add a picture if you like. It is NECESSARY as I have to post a link in Discord on Friday, 5 days later for voting and also for my own compiling purposes. Amazing Natures categories can be Botany, Zoology, Geology, Landscapes or Philosophy