Extreme heat

Extreme-Heat

The labours work hard.

They don’t have the comforts of Airconditioned rooms.

For example, this person is busy laying asbestos sheets for the roof and directly exposed to the hot Sun. (temperature is 41°C/105.8°F).

Sadly, their hard work is not appreciated and rewarded accordingly.

One indeed enjoys life at the cost of others.

This is the norm.

But anything at the extreme is really bad.

“Extremes though contrary have the like effects.

Extreme heat kills, so extreme cold,

Extreme love breeds satiety and so extreme hatred, and

Too violent rigour tempts chastity, as does too much license”

George Chapman

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philo

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This post is part of Sue & GC’s Weekly Prompts- Extreme Heat

6 thoughts on “Extreme heat

  1. Oh, the poor man. And asbestos is highly dangerous because of the health risks. The majority of countries have banned its use.
    I love how you care for others, Philo. Thank you for sharing with our challenge.

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