Hi Michal, welcome to Openhandweb.

Yes it's always amazing that new life finds a way, even in challenging circumstances as we have on our earth right now.

I think we have to be careful though that this doesn't blind from what's really taking place. Under normal conditions, the background species extinction rate is between 10-100 species a year. According to the World Wild Life fund, the current rate is in excess of 100 per day! (yes, that's per day).

Off the mass media radar screen, there are a number of varied sources saying we've already entered the sixth mass extinction on our planet. If these numbers are anywhere near correct (and I've heard several sources in that sort of magnitude), then the extinction rate is far in excess of anything that has ever previously happened here.

Yes it is undoubtedly sad. Yet it is also a cleansing process that will bring new life, balance and harmony. Which personally I will happily embrace.

    "Everything you see has its roots in the unseen world.
    The forms may change, yet the essence remains the same.
    Every wonderful sight will vanish, every sweet word will fade,
    But do not be disheartened,
    The source they come from is eternal, growing,
    Branching out, giving new life and new joy.
    Why do you weep?
    The source is within you
    And this whole world is springing up from it."
    Rumi