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It’s very easy to judge or crib about the things that are wrong in society. Though I am not perfect I still do a few small things to contribute to building a better and stronger society.
The change starts from within.
Keeping a Garden
I can’t reduce the Air Quality Index(AQI) all by myself but I contribute my bit by planting as much as greens I can on my rooftop and balcony. Besides looking beautiful it provides me with good air and even helps me in improving my mental health. I love spending time with my plants, it’s more than a hobby and a bit less than an obsession.
Following Traffic rules:
I live and work in Delhi-NCR, and the driving skills required to survive a whole day without a scratch on the vehicle is a task in itself. Just like everyone else even if I want to rush to the office and home, I follow traffic rules and avoid taking any wrong turns at all costs. Even if it costs me 5 minutes of delay it is worth it.
Knowing my Rights and Fighting for them
Ignoring the wrongs has lead us to where we stand right now. I fight for what is right and I educate the people around me about it too. I’m not an activist but I do not ignore the wrongs even if I’ve to stand and fight.
I make sure that I do not park according to my convenience but of others too. I do not litter, even if it means carrying rubbish back home or in my car, I still do it. Holding a door or lift for another person is a lot more than just good manners it’s a display of good civic sense.
Paying my Dues.
I always pay my dues be it Income Tax or GST or any other form of implemented government rule. I consider it a small contribution towards the nation’s growth and greater progress. I am even proud to be a part of it.
Greater Goods are Achieved with a Small Change, so Let’s Be the Change.
With this post even if I am able to influence one person to bring change in themselves I’ll consider the purpose fulfilled.
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