PEOPLE… live a normal life according to their own opinion, but wait a moment…
is it normal from others’ standpoint?
In circumstances where things do not go the right way or go terribly wrong, a situation arises where we/people in-charge need to judge others to set it right. In such crisis, people whose actions are in accordance with the social norms of the place they live, get away without difficulty; whereas those whose deeds are not, get penalized.
People and situations would not be the same at all times and should be scrutinized on a case to case basis and from time to time. It is high time we give a thought on the nonperforming hard and fast rules and amend the socioeconomic rules and regulations in place from time to time so that it is a win-win situation for one and all.
It is our responsibility to maintain justness, peace and harmony in order to make the world a better place to live in.
A teacher must study an educational course and get trained to qualify to teach the students…
A doctor must study a medical course and get trained to qualify to treat the sick…
An engineer must study an engineering course and get trained to qualify to engineer products or processes…
A worker has to study and get trained on his/her relevant field to work in his/her respective field…
A mediocre unskilled/semi-skilled/skilled worker must have the required knowledge and experience to do his/her job.
A LEADER must…?
…study a leadership course and get trained to lead people!
Simple, isn’t it?
The Lungs of Mother Nature, the Amazonia Forest, is being burnt down to ashes!!!
Making no room for all living things to breathe, eat, drink and live healthily on the Earth!!!!
Amazon Forest on fire means irreversible extinction of unknown and unexplored beneficial 40,000 (approximately) varieties of plant species and 1500 (approximately) varieties of animal species creating a major blunder/imbalance in the ecological systemic cycle of the globe.
Let us save our Home Earth for our future generations!!!!!
The above blogs are the ones which got the most response and well appreciated among the viewers and followers. Thanks to each one of you who had shown a great gesture for the blog!
Although I connect to each of the above blogs very much, the first one in the list is of great importance to me and a favorite of mine as it is so intimate to me and I connect to it emotionally since it is a place which moulded me spiritually where I grew up playing with the neighborhood kids too.
A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to one and all!! 😀
It would have been better if we’d taken the popular train from Mettupalayam to Ooty, up the great mountains of Nilgiris, for it would have been a more relishing journey than by car. However, booking tickets was a hectic task as there was a great demand for them.
The pictures below are in a chronological order of our tour of Ootacamund (aka Ooty), the Beauty Queen Town of the Great Blue mountains of Nilgiris (‘Nila’ means Blue and ‘giri’ means mountain), Tamil Nadu, India.
A Lake in the Central part of the Town
Doddabetta, the highest peak of the Nilgiris
The Botanical Garden of Ooty
A Wayside Pine Forest on the Ooty-Mysore Highway on the Mountain Range
A lake on the other side of the pine forest
The Pykara Lake
A view of the Kalhatty Falls from outside the mountain forest
The Tea Plantations
After the pleasant trip, left our hearts in so many places in Ooty and thereabouts and returned home with sweet memories.