Wednesday, July 25, 2007

We are not what we are!

People are not same., I can understand. I tease others, and even make fun of others. And the others too tease me either. They never made me feel anything bad about them at all.

But what if they always do something which hurts me so immensely. Some times they say for what they do, ‘If just one person changes himself, the whole world cannot be changed’ or some times they say, ‘What can I do am habituated!’
For me these words always sound as excuses and never as reasons, mostly alarming excuses when I think about future of all of us and more.
How? & Why?

I came across people spit on the road... Dumping ‘polythene carry bags’ in to the earth stopping the water to go in... There are always people who think whatever around them are waste bins no matter where they physically exist for that moment... violating laws, rules and regulations as if they are created to violate, torturing living beings rite from the big elephants to the very petite insects.Even human beings are not exceptional from their targets...

We may say ‘It is the fit to survive’ style. But what kind of style we need to contain?
Are we doing really what our environment can afford after a certain time?
Are we doing something to make the next generation – our children, understand the reality, how they can be good citizens or more than that - good human beings.
Don’t we have the responsibility to make them like?

Is it not the time to think or re-think about their future at least?

Imagine a world that has no natural resources!..
Wherever we look will be dried and only dried!!
As we all know what we destroy can never be easily created. When we look at outside us, we know that it’s the only wide huge wonder-filled beautiful world carrying us.
Let us start stopping these else it may become a mirage…, always!


Sundar said...

I agree that we are not what we are, i felt the same before i go out of our country. But spoiling nature is happening all over the Globe. Developed countries are spoiling in one way and developing countries are spoiling in other way??

So I don blame our people, its humans who has to realise...

Our super**** are spoiling ground, developed ******** are spoiling the environment. The amount of carbon emission is higher than the rate of ground spoiling....

In developed countries the amount of trees used as paper is higher
than the ground spoiling....

Finally if you collate spoiling is spread all over the globe in different shapes and sizes. These needs to be seen as a life threatening action thing.

Global warming !!!!!!!!this is going higher and higher than anything else which might kill the earth sooner that we expect...Current analysis shows that it might bring natural disaster with in next 50 years.

So either we can stop it or see it these are the choices to make.... see how much you owe...

Tungs10 said...

I highly, heavily, massively owe A LOT.
I am using motorcycle.
I am using plastic.
I am using paper.
I use metals in different forms.
I am using the computer/cd player and other electronic & electrical devices.(Recently I read somewhere that a Japanese organisation investigated and found, that people in the vicinity of a laser printer become victims like passive smokers)
I cook, I dress.

But still trying to reduce heating the wonder where I live, as much as possible.

JohnNRI said...

First of all, blog name-la unga muthiraya pathichitteenga Venni. Transparent mirror? Very cool. Nice thoughts Venni. And SUN also has put forward good points. Arivalinga pesikkireenga... kalakkunga.

Vennimalai N said...

Thanks for viewing and appreciating. But feeling like the punch 'ottal' in the end!

JohnNRI said...

Oru unmaya solla vidamattangappa :P