Family is not always the most important thing in life today- Do you agree or not?- Active GD.It gives me immense pleasure to announce another Active GD. The topic for the debate this time is 'Family is not always the most important thing in life today- Do you agree or not?'
Most of us would not have to think twice before saying that we consider our family to be the most important thing in life. It is, I suppose, quite a natural reaction keeping our ethos and values in mind. But life is not static and we go through different situations and face different circumstances as we move ahead. Our decisions and actions are most of the time influenced and controlled by different factors including career, money, change in relationships, health and so on. If we take such changes in the situations, circumstances and factors into consideration, I don't think it would be prudent to take it for granted that it would always be possible to stick to our stand that family is the top most priority in our life. Do you agree or not? If yes why, if not why?
Friends, this GD is being announced well knowing our moral and traditional constraints, but we expect a practical and fair discussion, keeping in mind the present conditions, to take place with no masks on.
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Let us have a healthy, active and fruitful discussion. The GD will close on 29 Oct '17.
Best participants will be selected depending on the number of participants and will be awarded suitably. Other participants will also be considered for cash rewards if found eligible.
So why wait? Read, think and start penning down your points and arguments. Let the activity begin!
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