We Can't Do It Alone , We Need Your Support

We Can't Do It Alone , We Need Your Support
To Provide awareness regarding Girl Child Education , Menstrual Hygiene ,Girls Toilet , Sanitation and Safe Drinking Water , to thousands of families to make there lives Healthy and Happier !!! Please Support Our Fundraising Campaign To Reach Out To 25,000 Targeted Families In 5 States of India PLEASE MAKE THIS PICTURE YOUR COVER PAGE JUST FOR A DAY AT LEAST ! DONATE & SHARE

Saturday, 6 June 2015

The Reason for Change.


The Reason for Change.
“Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume With Care.”
Isn’t this too distressing for one to grasp at one go?
Well this theme relates to the most important part of one’s life i.e. Environment which is depleting because of our own selfish nature and needs.
Have you ever thought about, if there would be no environment then how you could survive on this planet earth which is considered to be the only living planet on this solar system? The theme of this day contributes to the sustainable consumption and production.
Are you aware about sustainability? If not, then let me give you a short sight of it.
Sustainable development is the development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generation to meet their own needs.
Now that you know what sustainable means, your mind would be wondering that how can we help our environment through this?
Well how about turn off the engine of your car while waiting at a traffic signal or at a gas station? I understand it gets too hot and it gets really itchy to bear the heat, but will you die if your bear the heat?
Your body can bear the heat but it’s your selfish nature to waste and misuse the natural resources whether it is petrol, diesel or gas.
Not only that, a major necessity liked water is also not yet consumable by many living beings on this planet. Why does your nature feel happy to let a person die in need of a basic source?
HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT ABOUT HOW THIS SITUATION CAN GET REVERSED BACK AT YOU?
A view by - Simran Bhalla

No comments:

Post a Comment