Wednesday, November 14

Things less Thought!!!

       We see so many people daily but only few people stay in our mind and their actions worth sharing.... This was one such incident that happened with me when i was travelling from Chennai to Rajmundry.


We were 10 of us in the train and the seats were scattered throughout the train so we were wandering here and there in search of our seats and few of us were in search of the TT so that we could all get accommodated at least in the same coupe.

After so much of begging and pleading with the fellow passengers we all got settled not in the same compartment but in two adjacent compartments.

It was early in the morning with the beautiful sun rise and the lush greeneries of the costal Andra... and the amazing Godavari river flowing with pride. When i was crossing the compartment i happened to hear a person asking his friend not to use the lavatory. Wondering why he was stopping the people from usig the lavatory the fellow passengers were asking if the rest room was not clean and if it should  be brought to the notice of the railway officials..

calmly that man replied.. as the train was passing over the Godavari bridge... and the wastes from the rest room  would directly  fall in the water of the mighty river, which would be a pollution to the water. So he was waiting near the rest room to ask people not to use the urinals till the train crossed the mighty river.

The thought of this person was worth applauding. There are still people in this country who care about certain things that most of us don’t care or bother to do ,till a fine or a punishment is imposed on us.

So this was definitely a lesson to be learnt and worth sharing with everyone!!!



    

23 comments:

  1. Very few people actually care.. Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. Wonderful clicks Sahi. First one looks really good. Quite a tranquil place.
    Keep posting :)

    Regards

    Jay
    http://road-to-sanitarium.blogspot.in/

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  3. @Jay Singh thank u !..:) yeah it was a wonderful place!!!

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  4. hats off too such people - it was worth reading your article :) :)

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  5. that's amazing... so nice that you shared

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  6. thanks for sharing this incident!!inspiring enough!!

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  7. wow!!! .just hats off to the guy.....and a wonderful post by you too..loved the godavari pics..gives me nostalgic memories of my home town beside it...

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  8. :)... you noticing his thoughfulness is another thing that needs to be applauded..!

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  9. Nice one kudos to you n that person....on lighter note wat happened while crossing Krishna.....

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  10. @vinishashahthank u soo much!...:) its a pleasure..:)

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  11. @sathish kumar i am happy that i notices such a thing!..:)

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  12. @Ganesh Puttuthank u so much doc..!:) yeah the whole trip was nostalgic to me too more posts to come!..:)

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  13. @sakshi_sharma :D thank u so much sakshi!..:) jus wanted to share this incident so that we get reminded of these small things when we cross a river again!!

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  14. @sunderthank u !..:) well i guss i must have been asleep then..;)

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  15. Well, the thought of that man is definitely to be applauded but what if someone had to pee very urgently? I can imagine myself controlling my bladder and wondering what if the pee just flows out? Then, the train compartment will be dirty, right? Though the man's thought is to be appreciated, I think that is a tad too much.

    First time here. Loved the pictures of the train and the bridge.

    Joy always,
    Susan

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  16. well there are good people around , we need more of them to make his country beautiful once more


    Bikram's

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  17. @sahi so sad that you slept....a guy was standing while crossing godavari...i was expecting a gal while crossing Krishna......

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  18. @Susan Deborah
    hie... welcome..:D :D.. well what would have u done if the rest rooms were occupied.. wait riht!... .so we could just thing that the place was occcupied and moreover.. the train s not gonna cross the river for ages.. its a matter of few seconds..:)

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  19. @Bikramjit
    yup! true... not to mke it beautiful.. but to enhance its beauty!!!!

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  20. Definitely, that was something to share. What a thoughtful person.

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  21. @D.Nambiar thank u soo much!..:) i am pleased..!!!

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Thank you so much for sharing ur thoughts...:)!!!!