From Peter Wohlleben, forester and author of The Hidden Life of Trees:
“A tree is not a forest. On its own, a tree cannot establish a consistent local climate. It is at the mercy of wind and weather. But together, many trees create an ecosystem that moderates extremes of heat and cold, stores a great deal of water, and generates a great deal of humidity. And in this protected environment, trees can live to be very old.”
Maybe we, as a species, can learn something from the plant kingdom?
Maybe we, as writers, can make a special point to nurture one another. We each grow taller when we all grow together.