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Conclusion:There are more advantages compared to disadvantages. Nothing is perfect in this world. So we should see the positive side. In today's world Globalization is necessary. Conclusion:To the Indians, Gandhi gave a democratic nation. And to the world he showed that how the politicians should be. He practically proved that we can win without doing violence. He taught so much to the world. We should learn from Gandhiji's principles. Let's learn the good things from Gandhiji and lead a peaceful and successful Life.
Relevance of Gandhi in modern world.Why Gandhi is relevant in modern world? In modern world violence is increasing rapidly. Nuclear weapons and terrorism are becoming common in this modern world. So many people are getting more and more divided into national, religious and ethnic compartments. We need guidance and the direction to save the world from this desperate situation. In this situation, Gandhi is becoming more and more relevant because of his ideology,non-violence and so many good things, which should be learned by all.
Things we should learn from Gandhiji: Non-violence:- Gandhiji practically proved that anyone can win through nonviolence. Speak truth always. Let your life be your message:- Live your life the best way you can. Improve yourself by learning from your mistakes. Do the right thing and Fear Nobody. Lead a simple, stress-free life:- Gandhiji used to ware simple dresses and simple things, which are required to live peacefully. he lead a simple and stress-free life. Learn from your mistakes. Eat simple food:- Gandhiji used to take a balanced diet and he is a pure vegetarian. Keep trying and do not lose confidence in yourself. Equality:- Gandhiji used to say that everyone must be treated equally regardless of their place, religion, sex and money. Do not submit to injustice from anyone. Unity is strength:- Gandhiji is the leader of the masses. He used to talk with people directly and he used to say 'Let's fight together'. Be the change you wish to see in the world. Stand for an idea:- If you believe in something, just stand for that in whatever situation. Believe in yourself. Forgive:- An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind. Do not bear ill will toward anyone.
Reduce, reuse and recycle:- There is enough in the world for everyones need, but not for everyones greed. Be humble, whichever position you have. Start today:- The difference between what we do, and what we are capable of doing, would solve most of the worlds problems. Accumulate little:- By possessing fewer things our life automatically becomes simpler.
Is Globalization Really Necessary?Points to be known:
Some world historians attach globalization big bang' significance to 1492 (Christopher Colombus stumbles on the Americas in search of spices) and 1498 (Vasco da Gama makes an end run around Africa and snatches monopoly rents away from the Arab and Venetian spice traders). In Favor: Through Globalization developing countries can become developed countries. We can share technologies and inventions. We can sell our products all over the world. India has resources of skilled manpower. So through globalization other countries invests money in India. And by that our economy increases. We can share the medical inversions which helps the patients of dangerous diseases. We can exchange resources such as petrol, coal etc. People are communicating with the world through their own languages as we can translate everything to our own language. So, their mother tongue will survive. We can study fantastic books of foreign authors. In Against: Through globalization, poor becomes poorer. There is a chance of culture. Non-globalized human societies will become extinct species. There may be a chance of forgetting their own mother tongue. Diseases like swine flu are spreading to other countries through the travelers. Due to Globalization unemployment may increases. For example, The people of USA are facing unemployment, because so many people of different countries from all over the world are migrating to USA and doing jobs there.
Conclusion:Corruption does not depend on whether it's private or government, it completely depends on individual's attitude. But by privatization, we can reduce corruption up to some extent.
What can we do to eradicate poverty?Points to be known:
In 1991, there are 150 million Indians who claim themselves to be of the poor. In 2001, the number rises up to 230 million Indians.
According to UNICEF Every 3.6 seconds one person dies of starvation. In India if the family's income is not at least $1 per day, they are considered as
Increase in population. Illiteracy. Unemployment. Big families. Lack of motivation. Spending their little money for drinking, smoking instead of saving. Some people cannot work. For example old aged, Some handicapped person. Natural disasters such as floods, cyclone and drought. Laziness. Some rural areas have less communication with cities due to lack of transport facilities. Instability of Govt. Corruption. Poor health. Unequal distribution of land and resources. Gambling. Solutions:
Education must be free of cost in rural areas. We should motivate them to start self-employment, and to utilize their skills( Govt. is already providing free training programs to improve skills) etc. Through medical and health programs. Govt. must provide water facilities, roads in the rural areas. It's better to not encourage them to be lazy, by donating money to them. There is a saying that "The worst thing you can do to eradicate poverty is start giving the poor people free rides". Increase in number of jobs. Govt. must pass a rule for having a limit to the land owned by the family. Govt. must increase the number of training institutes in rural areas. Because Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. Through awareness programs about reducing population. Some poor people are remaining in poverty because of more no. of children. Awareness programs about the consequences of smoking and drinking, and about saving money. Money saved is the money earned. We should not encourage child labor. Awareness programs about conserving rain water. The black money which is in swiss bank at present, must be taken by Govt. and it should be utilized for eradicating poverty. we should not encourage beggars. Conclusion:-
Poverty can be be totally eradicated, if govt. and as well as we have a strong will to do so.
Social networking sites - Boon or Bane?Points to be known: There is no need to say about social networking sites(SNS) to the present generation. Everyone is much aware about Facebook, Orkut etc which are the examples of social networking sites. Social networking was started on the internet in the form of generalized online communities to group the people having same interests and to share their ideas. The first recognizable social networking site is SixDegrees.com which was launched in 1997. Till now, there are more than 200 social networking sites are in the internet. In 2011, based on research, the global average of who access daily the social networking sites accounts is 46%. Facebook, launched in 2004, has become the largest social networking site in the world. In Favor: We can keep in touch with friends in today's busy world. We can improve ourselves by sharing our ideas,information and knowledge and by discussing with the people, who have same interests, even if they are so many miles away from us. Teachers and professors are making groups to extend classroom discussion to posting assignments, tests and quizzes, to assisting with homework outside of the classroom setting. Many companies are developing interactive communities that connect individuals to share business needs & experiences. Students are making a network with professionals for job opportunities and internships. We can find our friends easily, if we lost contact. Generally social networking sites have a positive atmosphere. For example, Facebook sends notification, if they are on the top their friend's lists, but it don't send notification, if they were removed as a friend by another person. So there is a least chance for the person to know that. In Against: Many people are getting addicted to the social networking sites that they are preferring online conversation rather than face-to-face. It'll effect communication skills, relationships and even mental health. Some children are playing games on social networking sites with their friends, and they are not at all concentrating on the physical activities. It'll have a effect on their physical and mental health. Privacy is an important issue in the drawbacks of SNS. Some people are using other person's personal information for variety of purposes. There is a high risk for children and teenagers to be mislead by SNS. Gossips and rumors spread soon.
Spending in front of computer for long hours creates so many health problems. Conclusion:Social networking sites are a boon in today's world. And it completely depends on us how we use them, whether to improve ourselves or to degrade. But children and teenagers must be guided by their parents and well-wishers as they don't know what is good and what is bad. And everyone, who are using SNS should take care about their personal information. Life will be great, if we spend less time on social networking sites and more time in the real world. Conclusion:It's definitely a bane as it is highly dangerous. What is the use of this power, when people are suffering from severe health problems. It's not too difficult to live without power, but it's difficult to live without good health. Growth of Technology should not be a danger for human survival. We should work more on alternatives such