As you know about the common notion, a typical mystery fiction starts in a forest. To make my stories more relatable I prefer real locations, real scenarios, but while looking for one today I noticed the real perish that’s happening.
We are all short sighted and very often see only one side of a matter; our views are not extended to all that has a connection with it. We see but in part, and we know but in part.
Therefore there is no wonder we do not conclude right from our partial views. “But why should we care” is the ideology presiding over human minds.
Today’s population has an objective of enhancing the whole world, converting it from a land of potentially useless trees and grasses to adorable commercial multiplexes increasing their countries gross domestic product and leading to its expansion.
But has anyone ever thought that all this is just to an extent. Fertility falls as incomes rises, education spreads and health improves. Thus development is the best contraceptive.
All the performances of human art that we look with praise or wonder, are instances of resistless force of perseverance; it is by this that the quarry becomes a pyramid, and the distant countries are united by canals.
Man is mortal so the main aim of human generation is to create something incomparable and eternal. It’s a conventional thinking, but humans don’t ever think whether this is supportable or not.
A Hindi aphorism compares the influence of a person to the end of the existence of Sun and Moon and other celestial bodies. So we can see that even subconsciously man knows that one day these celestial bodies will also be perished. An intuitive force has gripped the imagination of people to do something unforgettable, everything will perish one day anyway, so why care to think of the future. An Italian philosopher expressed in is motto that time was his estate; an estate indeed that will produce nothing without cultivation, but will always abundantly repay the labours of industry and satisfy the most extensive desires.
This is the present scenario of the world where nobody wants to think about the other side of the matter, of our mother earth who is bequeathing us a magnificent place to live in.
Earth is getting drought day by day. This declination is so slow that it’s nearly impossible to notice it through undistinguished interpretations of a year or two. Computerized observations makes assure the situation.
The last option we have is to not be short sighted but look at all parts of this global concern. In this way development of this exquisite world will be achieved in an ascending order.