A Quote by Joseph Wood Krutch on birds, facts, and men

The flowers never waste their sweetness on the desert air or, for that matter, on the jungle air. In fact, they waste it only when nobody except a human being is there to smell it. It is for the bugs and a few birds, not for men, that they dye their petals or waft their scents.

Joseph Wood Krutch (1893 - 1970)

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