Cellpic Sunday

“There is nothing called ‘bad or rough weather’! It is just the ‘weather’. The cyclone, earthquake, rainfall etc. are normal processes of nature. Ironically, if they occur, we call them ‘bad’!”
Md. Ziaul Haque

Do you agree with the above quote?

Oxfam International identifies 5 Natural disorders begging for climate action because climate events have become severe and in many case violent.

  • Cyclones
  • Wildfires
  • Draught
  • Floods
  • Dry Corridor

Pro & Anti environmentalists

As usual, there are pro environmentalists and anti-environmentalists just like yin-yang.

That is the way of life.

I think one must accept this fact and move on.

Nobody knows who is the ultimate winner or loser.

Who is saving whom?

Nobody can answer because your answer can have more questions to be entertained.

And poor countries & developing countries neither have the money nor technological resources.

Ultimately the whole world suffers or benefits depending upon which side you belong to.

It’s interesting to know which side of the fence you belong to?

You may or you may not express since none of us knows how the world order is likely to unfold.

Thank you for visiting my site.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

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This post is part of John S’s Cellpic Sunday Photo Challenge

2 thoughts on “Cellpic Sunday

  1. It is sad to see the damage being done by the weather in recent years. I think human behavior will ensure that the increasingly violent weather will be around for generations to come.

    Thanks for participating in Cellpic Sunday!

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