There was a man in love with trees in Panama City. Unfortunately he passed away several years ago. He was remembered as a man with a large straw hat collecting Guayacán tree seeds. During the weekends he would roam the city followed by a group of young children collecting seeds. The kids would wear the same type of hat. Then he would plant these seeds and decorate the city with this gorgeous tree.
After an automobile accident, he lost his car, so he made his usual sojourns in a battered old bicycle. His love for the Guayacán trees is legendary in this country. His name is Jorge Fujimori, of Japanese descent. He definitely left a legacy in this city painting it with yellow, white, purple and pink.
Thinking about it, Jorge Fujimori was very much like Johnny Appleseed. The latter was enamored with apples while Jorge was captivated by Guayacanes. Thank you Jorge and Johnny for your contribution in making our planet a better place to live.
Yep, a person can make a difference; all it takes is love and a good cause. Good Day.