In the last few months, we all have lost someone to COVID-19. Our mother Sumitra Devi Saraf passed away while battling with Corona, and like many others, she too could not be saved due to the unavailability of oxygen. Life sprouting out of the laps of nature. Did we ever foresee this day would come? A time when we would struggle to provide oxygen to our loved ones? A gift of Mother Nature, which sadly we have been devaluing for too long! The ones gone are never to return, but their memory lives in us, the people they left behind. So, why not honor them by giving back in their name the one thing they were denied in their last moments? Oxygen! It was this thought that urged us to start this initiative “plant one tree for one life lost”, a tree planting memorial drive to honour and keep the memory alive of the people who passed away. Our loved ones will live and grow in the afterlife, symbolic of the trees we plant in their name, as the world around us becomes greener and better.
So, let’s join hands to heal together, and create a positive impact in the memory of the loved ones we lost.
May We Meet Again