Topics: Cleanliness, Pollution, Dust Pages: 2 (505 words) Published: January 20, 2013
Environment has become a burning topic of discussion and debate, on all public platforms. The more the discussions, the more the awareness, and the dirtier the environment. Isn't it a thing to wonder about that, while we talk so much about, a lot is also being done in this regard but, the environment keeps on deteriorating.

On the outset, let us analyse what all environment includes. All that is around us is called and included in the term environment. This environment affects us physically, mentally, and even spiritually. There is so much contradiction in discussions and decisions and ground realities that, the talk and net result are poles apart.

We keep on shouting from housetops platforms about keeping our environment clean but, when it comes to contributing to the cleanliness of the same, all us, yes, all of us contribute to the polluting of the environment.

For a simple example, we all agree that, we must keep our surroundings clean, but all of us clean our own houses and throw the rubbish out on the road, or in front of the neighbor's house. In this way we are only adding to the dirt in the environment and not to keeping it clean.

We are here again not clear about what environment should mean. Environment is not only our home, but all that surrounds the home. So, if we dirty the road or the neighbor’s portico, we are dirtying the environment.

From the home, let us shift our focus on the outside of the home. Let us take a round of any market place and the common scene will be huge piles of rubbish smelling kitchen waste and paper and polythene bags flying all over. With this surrounding we can hardly claim to even deserve talking of cleanliness in the environment.

This only shows without a doubt that we keep contributing to dirtying the environment and just talking about the cleaning of the environment. Let us understand that, only talking about a thing will not serve any purpose, we have to work towards the goal. We have all to be...
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