The connection between faith and the health of planet Earth


As we draw inspiration from our respective faiths, it is timely that we remember the role we are called upon to play in environmental stewardship with renewed urgency and commitment. The protection of the Earth is not merely a moral obligation but a spiritual imperative that transcends religious boundaries. — 123rf

AS many of us immerse ourselves in the profound observance of Ramadan, anticipate the forthcoming Easter, and recognise the rich traditions of Buddhism and Hinduism, I wanted to share a few thoughts on the connection between faith and planetary health.

These sacred occasions spanning diverse religious traditions invite believers to reflect on our roles as stewards of the Earth and to take meaningful action to preserve its fragile ecosystems.

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