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    Blaming God is easy but taking self responsibility is tough.

    It is in nature of most humans to blame God for any natural calamities but they never acknowledge their role or hand in the calamities that happen.

    Humanity has wiped out on an average 60% of vertebrae animals in last 40 years. Now if this doesn't sound alarming then nothing will. If flood happens, we blame God but forget that we are wiping out jungles and forest cover at rapid pace.
    We are consuming excess resources, from mother earth but not replacing it at the pace we are ending it.

    Examples are numerous and most of us are aware of that but how are we going to make good of the loss we are causing is something to think about very seriously.

    I have happened to see a rainbow in my town after a span of almost 20 years. It was so normal during my childhood, but this time after such a long time it was such a pleasant surprise. This actually to an extent happened as there is negligible pollution these days.

    Hope we wake up before it's too late. Don't blame God for everything.
  • #708823
    This is really a very good post to highlight the damage that we have already done to our environment and we only are suffering due to the ill effects of it. Now much awareness has been generated in the people and there are different agencies which are inculcating awareness in the masses and there are many world Govt which are seriously looking to these issues of environment reconstruction. As a citizen it is our duty also to cooperate and help in these endeavours wherever and whichever way we are able to support it. As a parent it is our duty to teach our children the importance of nature and environment for our own survival.
    Knowledge is power.

  • #708824
    We are all human beings trained and tested for small challenges and sad moments of life. but when we face the most difficult task all around and there is no hope for recovery and rehabilitation we tend to feel that God has left us in lurch to mend our own ways. It is in fact correct that we always remember the God when the things go out of hand and not understandable to us. And even by this default , we try to remember the God and thus he may arrange for alternate ways to mitigate the problem. We can always face the man made disaster and even claim the compensation though the court of laws, but we are left with big question mark when the nature plays furry at its worst when there is no clue for any recovery. One thing is sure. give the nature its due, and it will surely pay back with less miseries. Otherwise we have to blame God for every destruction of nature.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #708831
    Yes, God has graced us with enough capabilities and we must put them to good use and also teach our next generation to be more sensitive towards every form of life. God is there in every form and also within us, this we must realise.
    Live before you leave.

  • #708832
    The author raised nice thread, in today's era of globalization the frequency of natural disaster is increasing rapidly, because, somewhere, the relation of human and environment is getting severed. However, there is an unbreakable relationship between human and environment, whose balance is very important for us. If the balance changes into an imbalance, then somewhere it is like inviting natural disaster. In the race of human evolution, we have all forgotten this real nature, the direct relation of natural disaster is related to the manipulation of nature. If there is a mess with nature, a rage form of nature appears which creates a macabre scene on earth. And it proves to be harmful to all. We cannot stop the natural calamity, but can predict, manage and treat it so that the negative impact on human and environment can be minimized.
    Swati Sharma

    Keep your Face to the SunShine

  • #708848
    Natural calamities are man-made only. They are not acts of God. We can't blame Him for these national calamities. We feel we are very intelligent and we can do anything and we can take control of everything. An expert driver thinks he can drive without any accident because he is an expert and he knows how to manage all the situations. That overconfidence will lead to an accident. In the same way, we are all thinking we are having capabilities and we can manage any situations and we never care for the natural resources. We cut trees, we close water strong tanks and lakes. We install ACs and we use petrol vehicles left and right. The damage it is causing is never taken into account and we ignored the well being of nature. So the calamities and diseases like COVI are man-made only. Accept the truth. Understand the issue and try to rectify the damaged caused by us. Never blame God.
    drrao
    always confident


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