Prevention is Better than Cure:
This proverb is a message for the people who wait for the problem and disaster. The underlying idea of the saying is that it is much better to stop any harm from approaching us than to wait till it comes and ‘then to try to remove it. This waiting can be more injurious for us. It is beyond mauls power to be insulated against sudden dangers and difficulties. But much can be done for the prevention of the dangers and difficulties which can be anticipated. First and foremost, I strongly feel that it is rather safe to prevent an evil than to allow it to overtake us. We know that bad habits once acquired are difficult to be shaken off. So, the best method would be to avoid acquiring such bad habits. We must have intelligence and foresight. It is our duty to take timely actions to avert dangers. An example can well explain this saying. We know that, a number of diseases are caused due to the harmful micro organism found in dirty water or carried in the air. So, if we live at a dirty place, drink dirty water and breath in the polluted air, how can we ensure to remain healthy? However, there are a number of medicines and vaccines available in the market against cholera, typhoid, diarrhea, leprosy, etc., but if we live at a clean place, drink pure water add breathe in the clean air, we will be healthy for a ‘long time. Thus, if we prevent the cause of disease, we .need not have to cure them. We must remember that a discerning and learned man always does his duties and works at the proper time with the view to get more advantages. Prevention from the impending problem always provides more security to us. Most of the problems, which we face in our daily life, can be prevented and stopped by taking appropriate physical, mental and social measures, Once we entangle in a problem, we have to pay more money and-put more labour to come out of it. A man, who engages in bad habits, becomes a spider caught in a web. He faces more difficulties to...
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