Most probably We all don’t want to talk about death and sick. It makes sense that Americans don’t want to talk about death. We are a “Agoraphobic” society and look at death as something separate from our lives that we want to keep at bay, as far away from us as possible. people are so busy to talk about this.
Recently, I was with a patient in a hospital over night. He got cancer with severe pain. I have seen his scary face and his desire. He was feeling/acting like just before die. Even here in hospital, every one get rid from their worst situation. people coming and going. patient are on the bed. I thought they need some additional support. when their relatives visit them, they get into live, and smiling. smiling could be here million dollar question. for only their psychological support we need to do some thing.
we know, death is bound and compulsory for all. but we could to give more time than usual.
Lead with your heart keep your love flowing with the dying person and others as well if possible. Nothing is more important than loving each other. Do your best and then some.
Global climate change has already had observable effects on the environment. Glaciers have shrunk, ice on rivers and lakes is breaking up earlier, plant and animal ranges have shifted and trees are flowering sooner. I have recently visited Bangladesh (Bangladesh is the one of worst victim country in the world that is directly effected by climate change) and seen how changed/ destroyed costal area last 6 years. Natural disaster like flood, cyclone, water born diseases, losses of land are very common there. People are fighting with nature and danger.
Arctic likely to become ice-free and animal like polar bear will face endanger.
Hurricanes will become stronger and more intense.Changes in precipitation patterns and flood comes frequently. Sea level will rise 1-4 feet by 2100.
Climate change poses a fundamental threat to the places, species and people’s livelihoods. To adequately address this crisis we must urgently reduce carbon pollution and prepare for the consequences of global warming, which we are already experiencing.
- We need advance policies to fight climate change.
- Industrialized countries should reduce carbon emissions.
- We should help people and nature adapt to a changing climate.
I have became speechless after watching a video of the horrific chemical attack on Syrian children and elderly people. I have a question to the world. Where’s our humanity? And where are the leaders of the WORLD? Why are they so quiet and not doing anything to save the innocent lives ?
Children are affected worst in the Syria. they are at risk of becoming ill, malnourished, abused, or exploited, and death. Millions have been forced to quit school.
The impact of chemical attacks can be mental as well as physical, although it’s difficult to tease out the effects of nerve damage from post-traumatic stress disorder since symptoms sometimes overlap.
What’s goes around comes around! Wake up people of the WORLD! It’s not too late to solve the real problem.