Let us clear the air!

Pure air…pure life!

It appears that the modern world cannot function without smoke-producing factories!

Present day truth

“There’s so much pollution in the air now that if it weren’t for our lungs there’d be no place to put it all”

Robert Orben

Who can understand better?

It’s a sad state of affairs that only people with asthma, wheezing or dust allergy know the meaning of air pollution.

The rest of the population doesn’t give a damn!

These people should be forced to see those suffering from choking, as a lesson.

Neither do they have compassion towards those who are suffering.

Do we care about our children and grandchildren?

Most parents smoke cigarettes when their children are around!

“Children whose developing lungs are particularly vulnerable suffer the most from air pollution.

For children, breathing the air in cities with the worst pollution, such as Beijing, Calcutta, Mexico City, Shanghai, and Tehran, is equivalent to smoking two packs of cigarettes a day”

Lester R Brown


“Love is in the air but the air is highly polluted” Amit Abraham

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr Philo

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This post is part of John.S’s Cellpic Sunday


8 thoughts on “Let us clear the air!

  1. Totally agreed.. most people don’t suffer and even fail to empathise the fellow humans who suffer.. it’s high time we have polluted and corrupted Mother Nature to the worst and we should all try to go back to olden times atleast for the sake of future generations..

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  2. I agree with your points about the seriousness of air pollution and the need for action to be taken. It is alarming to see the impact of polluted air on children and the most vulnerable members of society. We must not only focus on reducing emissions, but also on educating and raising awareness about the issue among individuals and communities.

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  3. Despite setbacks, we have made progress. As a child, I lived in southern California, and I remember it being so painful to breathe on smoggy days. That state’s stricter anti-pollution laws have helped even as the population grew.

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