::The World is still beautiful because::



Every morning on the way to office, I see men and women cleaning the sidewalks, planting trees, clearing weeds from road – dividers. Their working condition involves scorching sweltering sun, burning bright, pollution emitted by numerous vehicles and dust.





For past few days I am returning late from office, and each day I have seen garbage trucks cleaning up the roadside garbage bin. People pass them squinting their nose, covering their mouth, trying to overtake it … the smell is unbearable, but still there are workers hanging by the side of the truck, collecting garbage that you or I must have disposed.

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The glass cleaners of huge buildings, hanging from 16-17 floors , the staff that keeps your restroom clean, the security guard of your company – are people that actually make our stay comfortable.

The world is a beautiful place to live in because someone is actually cleaning the dirt.

16 comments:

  1. True. Cleaning the dirt is not an easy job at all. The last sentence sums it up.

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  2. Reminds me of those words in that chandramukhi song 'devuda devuda' !:)

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  3. In Chennai? Then there must be only one reason. Karunanidhi or Stalin would be visiting that area within a week.

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  4. yes we applaud those poeple :)

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  5. wow..u made some hell lot of sense there*

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  6. And we forget to thank such people in daily life! God bless them!

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  8. What you say is 100% true. There are some poor people who really make this place livable and beautiful and what do they get in return?

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  9. The last line is simply awesome!!

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  10. yes indeeed but it would be so good if WE help or chip in a bit .. even if it means starting from the inside of our homes and maybe the outside of our homes :) what a difference it will make

    the last line says it all :)

    Bikram's blog

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  11. @ raji a touching note there; its a pretty difficult job for them,we keep throwing and they keep cleaning.!Even i agree with bikram .if we start contributing our little bit ..probably not throwing those lay's covers;not throwing those chocolate wrappers;etc..would definetely help.

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  12. It's a job none of us want to do!...great tribute to the people who do!

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  13. damn right...and these people do a thankless job..

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  14. true and lovely argument...

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