Time has driven us to an era where everything we expect to be faster; we want faster vehicles, faster computers and faster mobile phones and even faster internet connectivity. Our body and mind is set to have faster access to everything; most probably as a result we find fast food counters in every nook and corner of our society nowadays.
Get out of your own way, and let it rip.
It is needless to ask if we want to live our lives with compassion, wisdom, happiness, strength, and goodness! It is important to notice that despite rise in wealth, fame and material comfort, often time people feel lonely, fearful, angry, helpless and purposeless. There is so much suffering in the society not just from external circumstances such as poverty, hunger and disease, but from issues internal to human soul.
The ability to bring nature into life has been an ambition that many have strived for over the centuries. As a fact we the humans love the natural and organic appeal of elements that make us feel calm. In recent years, the growing awareness about the dwindling of the Earth’s resources has made it even more evident to bring nature into our life as essential.
Let me tell you a true story of two couples. They live in a house that needs no fans; even when it is a blistering 40 degrees outside. They let their land bloom and bear like a forest, without any interference. They have created a life close to nature.
Sometimes I feel, we live in a world where everything is measured in the view of convenience; convenient to purchase, convenient to consume, convenient to carry, convenient to wallet. Too much of convenience leads us to such a situation where we tend to overlook ethics and our social responsibility at a great extent.
If you, as a consumer, want to purchase fake or fraud of one kind or another, should the government guarantee your right to do so? More than that, is the Government obligated to prosecute one who, knowing of your propensity for fraud, tricks you into buying genuine in place of buying the fake?
We live in an edge of incredible innovation. Technology allows us to access the entire world’s information from a computer that fits into our pocket. Doctors can suggest you medicine to your specific DNA. We live in an edge of unprecedented toxic chemical exposure; despite all rules and regulation we manage to create a world where we live in a constant toxic soup.
It is absolutely an open secret that we fail everyday to handle our garbage properly. Recent incident in Bangalore regarding garbage disposal might set an alarm to the society. However we are so perfectly adapted to listen to alarms that those apprehensions leave no affect on us in any aspect.
A toy is an object for a child to play with, typically a model or miniature replica of something. Toys serve various phases of child development skills at different ages. It is needless to say that toys are very basic and simple things to develop a child’s basic characters and skills like fine motor skill, gross motor skill, cognitive skill etc.
One’s fashion statement starts defining his or her image and it becomes an integral part of lifestyle. Often time we do not realise the actual price that we pay for our fashion. Today we would like to discuss some of the facts and figures to see if it worth looking for who make our clothes and how it is manufactured. If we can change one person’s observation of fashion, that’s worth my effort to write this article.