August 2, 2012 11:40am CST
It may seem like an obvious answer at first, since trees are almost like rocks, we don't see them doing much, besides things like loosing their leafs in the winter, changing color in the autumn, etc etc... But they also work together in males and females to create new baby trees... they stay together in tough environments to last. They try and outgrow the competition, wanting to be better. They help out virtually every other form of life on the planet, from making air to breathe, places where many animals have their children, provide homes... they are a big part of life. So, I guess it really comes down to what do you consider a soul? Personally, I'm a man of science, so if you're thinking of a "soul" as energy that a living creature uses for life, then yes, I would say that trees and plants absolutely have souls. What do you think?