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There are enough resources for everyone’s need but not for anybody’s greed”

Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy of life is much appreciated all across the world. His
spiritual, non-violent, and peace-promoting acts earned him the title of Mahatma. His
wisdom, like the wisdom of all the great, venerable souls of mankind is quite relevant
in ridding the world of ills that have almost drastic consequences.

Greed is the most potent evil weakening mankind. But the wages of greed are hell.
How rightly Mahatma Gandhi has alerted the mankind through: “There are enough
resources for everyone’s need but not for anybody’s greed.” God Almighty has created
everything so abundant in our world. The stars, the sky, the warmth of the sun, the
water, the air, the oxygen, the food, the fruit, the luxuries, the joys, other resources
and everything else we need to live a happy life; there is no dearth of anything. We
get as much as we require. In spite of such mindboggling abundance, man gets
tempted to have, possess, and own more. This avarice is the root of all ills.

All the wars, struggle, cut-throat competition, rat race to have more than others is
madness. This does not allow the man to see that there is enough for everyone. So in
order to live happily, man must not focus on greed; he must rather focus and
endeavour for fulfilling his needs.

Social media plays a vital role in our society and lives today. With the popularity of
social media now different information have become accessible to us. In ancient time
we need to go through a number of books to find out a piece of information. Now we
can get in social networking sites by asking it from our friends.

We have both the positive and negative effects of social media on the society. We can
get connected easily through social media, can share or access information, thoughts,
ideas, news etc. Now a day it has also been seen that social media has become a
useful tool to spread awareness. On the other hand, social media marketing has
brought the business to another level.

But we can’t deny the fact that there are some disadvantages of social media too.
Some physician opines that excessive use of social media is one of the main causes
of anxiety and depression for most of the people. It can also cause a sleep disorder.

In conclusion, we can say that there are lots of advantages of social media. It can be
used for the benefit of the human being if we use it properly.

Social Media is a web-based platform which helps us to share Ideas, thoughts, and
information among the communities. It gives us quick electronic communication of
contents like Article, News, Images, videos etc. A person can access social media
through a Computer, Tablet or Smartphone.

Using Social Media is a very powerful way to communicate among the people as it
has the ability to connect with anyone in the world and share information instantly.
According to the latest report, there are approximately two Billion Social Media users
in the world. The report also said that more than 80% of people between the ages of
18 to 30 used at least one form of Social Media.

Generally, people use Social Media to keep in touch with their friends and family
members. Some people use it to share their thoughts, emotions, feelings etc. when
some use it finds to find a Job or to network career opportunities

Importance of Dress code in Schools

Robert Baden-Powell, the famous British general and founder of the modern
Scouting movement very aptly said: “The uniform makes for brotherhood, since
when universally adopted it covers up all differences of class and country.” It is true
that uniform dress code banishes all differences of class, colour, creed, religion, and
the differences between the poor and the rich.

Schools are centers of learning and knowledge where children belonging to different
ethnicities, cultures, religions, minorities, beliefs study together. Uniform dress code
encourages equality among all. They make everyone feel look the same thus
discouraging unnecessary distractions.

If there were no dress codes at school, children would come attired differently; they
would unnecessarily fret and fuss about wearing stylish trendy clothes every day.
The schools would become more as centers of fashion than the centers of
knowledge, education and skills learning. The children belonging to less affluent
families would feel small on account of their scanty wardrobes.

Besides, uniform dress code makes you more disciplined. Often high morals and
ethics are associated with uniform dress code. For example, a cop feels more
responsible and under certain obligations in uniform than in the normal attire.
Similarly, the uniform dress code always reminds the students of their responsibilities
and obligations as students. They have to remain within the limits of righteous
conduct. For example, while in school uniform, they might be tempted to bunk the
school; but the school uniform won’t encourage it. The fear of being spotted from
distance might discourage them from doing so.

Thus we see there are many benefits of uniform dress codes at school.