The National Pollution Control Day is celebrated every year on 2nd of December in India in order to give the honor and memorialize the thousands of human beings who had lost their existence because of the Bhopal gas calamity. Bhopal gas tragedy was happened in the night of 2nd and 3rd December in the year 1984 because of the unintentional discharge of the poisonous chemical known as Methyl Isocyanate (also called MIC) as well as some other chemicals released from the Union Carbide Chemical Plant positioned in the city.
According to the report, more than 500,000 people (of which around 2259 were died immediately) were exposed to the poisonous gas of MIC. Later, it was declared by the government of Madhya Pradesh that around 3,787 deaths were related to the gas tragedy. In the next 72 hours, around 8,000 to 10,000 people were died whereas around 25,000 people were died later because of the gas-related diseases. It was identified as the biggest industrial pollution disaster of the history worldwide which needed serious preventive measures suddenly in order to stay away from such type of disaster in the future.
What is Success?
For 1 year old
Can walk without support
For 4 years old
Do not urinate in your pants
For 8 years old
To know the way back home
For 12 years old
To have friends
For 18 years old
To get a driving license
For 23 years old
To graduate from a university
For 25 years old
To get an earning
For 30 years old
To be a family Man
For 35 years old
To make money
For 45 years old
To maintain the appearance of a young man
For 50 years old
To provide good education for your children.
For 55 years old
To still be able to perform your duties well
For 60 years old
To still be able to keep driving license
For 65 years old
To live without disease
For 70 years old
Not to be a burden on any one
For 75 years old
To have old friends
For 81 years old
To know the way back home
For 86 years old
Not to urinate in your pants again
For 90 years old
That you can walk without support again
One of the best messages I have ever read.
Life is a cycle.!
Dont expect too much from it.
Be simple, cool and happy always.
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A young man saw his primary school teacher at a wedding. He went up to greet him with all the respect and admiration.
He said to him: “Do you remember me, teacher?”
The teacher said: “No, please introduce yourself.”
The student said: “I was your student in the 3rd Grade. I am the one who stole the watch of a child in the classroom. I will remind you, but I am sure you remember the story.”
One of the boys in my class had a beautiful watch, so I decided to steal it. He came to you crying that someone had stolen his watch. You asked us to stand to search our pockets.
I realized that my action would be exposed in front of the a
students and teachers. That I will be called a thief, a liar and my character will be destroyed forever.
You asked us to stand and face the wall and close our eyes completely. You then went searching from pocket to pocket, and when you reached my pocket you pulled the watch out of my pocket, and you continued until you searched the last student.
After you finished, you asked us to open our eyes and to sit on our chairs. I was afraid you will expose me in front of the students.
You showed the watch to the class, and gave it back to the boy. You never mentioned the name of the one who stole the watch. You never said a word to me, and you never mentioned the story to anyone.
Throughout my school life, none of the teachers nor the students talked about me stealing the watch. You saved my dignity that day.
The teacher said: “I can’t remember who stole the watch that day, because I searched the pockets of all with my eyes closed.”
Education needs wisdom. We should be able to be such teachers, such parents, such leaders and be able to be for people in such circumstances.
We should always calculate the consequences of our actions. Protecting and reforming is tougher than exposing and expelling.