Do You Know How You May Make the World a Better Place to Live?

 

All of us have our own limitations. Yet how we may put through such limitations in our life decides what we finally achieve or do not achieve in our life.

Sure enough, everything is not predestined in our life.

It is true – We have no control over the family in which we get born – nor do we have any control over the country in which we get born or the city where we get born or the date or the time when we get born or the turmoil through which the nation in which we may have got born could have not been within our domain.

It is also true that until certain age we don’t know what is in our domain and what is not in our domain but when we become aware of what is in our domain and what is not in our domain our mind starts prompting us to get over the control of even what may not have been in our domain. The efforts we make to get over the hurdles of life we may have to surmount to achieve what we may aim to achieve sets the ball rolling.

But mind it – It is so not only in our case.

These factors decide only the length and the width of the playground over which we have to learn the rules of the game.

Our actual life starts only after we have learnt the rules of the game.

What we achieve in our life or what we don’t achieve in our life depends on how we play the game – the game of our life.

The life offers us several opportunities and also poses several hurdles to cross over.

What matters is how we cope with them.

Millions of people have contributed their bit to make the earth a better place to live. Nobody would remember us if we spent whole of our life only for ourselves.

We can’t make the earth a better place to live if we spend whole of our life minding only what may be within our spin. We have to go beyond our spin.

HOW TO GO BEYOND OUR SPIN

Let us look back at the way how others had gone out of their spin.

If we are able to use Internet today or are able to fly across the oceans sitting inside aeroplanes or are able to talk at any time of the day to anyone across the world from any place or are able to take Photostat copies of our documents in a jiffy it had surely not happened overnight. Millions of people have made contributions from time to time to have made the earth such a blessing for us.

For instance, look at the difference Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano of Nagoya University, Japan and Shuji Nakamura of the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA who were awarded the Nobel Prize of Physics in the year 2014 for their invention of blue LED along have made in our life.

It could have not been possible to produce white light from the light emitting diodes had they not invented the blue light emitting LEDs.

(Source:http://www.iflscience.com/physics/nobel-prize-physics-awarded-scientists-who-invented-blue-led/)

With 20% of the world’s electricity used for lighting, as mentioned by Dr. Frances Saunders, optimal use of LED lighting could reduce this to 4%. This invention has the potential to improve the quality of life for more than 1.5 billion people in the world that do not have access to electricity grids since they require very little energy input for the LEDs, that can run even on local solar power.

 

Or look at the efforts of E. Sreedharan, the first Managing Director of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd., known as the Metro man of India to have made it possible to travel by Metroes in not only in Delhi but even in some of the other cities of our country.

 

Or look at the people who could have let us use the Internet – not just one or two –  a horde of them.

 

Or look at the people who invented the concept of additive colours and the subtractive colours to let us use either three cartridges – Red, Green and Blue or four cartridges – Magenta, Yellow, Cyan and the Key colour (Black) of ink to produce billions of colours.

 

Or look at the people who invented the technique of making Photostat copies of the documents so easily today that has facilitated our life so much. Prior to that people had to make copies either in long hand or by getting the papers typed out again and again if they required more than three or four copies of a document.

 

Or look at the people who should have made additive manufacturing possible by using the same technology as was being used for ink jet printing.

 

Or look at the people, who must have invented all the vaccines we get our children administered today to safeguard their lives against so many diseases.

 

All of them have made our life so live-able.

 

Now look at what you can possibly do.

 

If nothing, just be content by making yourself more ethical.

It would also help other people live in peace.

Do away with terrorism. It would also make others lead a happier life.

Have a look at the Instagram “https://www.instagram.com/p/BVjE4KbB5i4/”, which reads:

“You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.”

I came across this Instagram in the Weekly News Letter dated June 26, 2017 of the Editor of the Elephant Journal and got the inspiration of reaching out to you with it.

You may or may not invent something new – does not matter so much. You may still make a difference by not acting rogue in your life or by not joining the rank of the people who have joined ISIS.

 

All of us have our own limitations. Yet how we may put through such limitations in our life decides what we finally achieve or do not achieve in our life.

Sure enough, everything is not predestined in our life.

It is true – We have no control over the family in which we get born – nor do we have any control over the country in which we get born or the city where we get born or the date or the time when we get born or the turmoil through which the nation in which we may have got born could have not been within our domain.

It is also true that until certain age we don’t know what is in our domain and what is not in our domain but when we become aware of what is in our domain and what is not in our domain our mind starts prompting us to get over the control of even what may not have been in our domain. The efforts we make to get over the hurdles of life we may have to surmount to achieve what we may aim to achieve sets the ball rolling.

But mind it – It is so not only in our case.

These factors decide only the length and the width of the playground over which we have to learn the rules of the game.

Our actual life starts only after we have learnt the rules of the game.

What we achieve in our life or what we don’t achieve in our life depends on how we play the game – the game of our life.

The life offers us several opportunities and also poses several hurdles to cross over.

What matters is how we cope with them.

Millions of people have contributed their bit to make the earth a better place to live. Nobody would remember us if we spent whole of our life only for ourselves.

We can’t make the earth a better place to live if we spend whole of our life minding only what may be within our spin. We have to go beyond our spin.

HOW TO GO BEYOND OUR SPIN

Let us look back at the way how others had gone out of their spin.

If we are able to use Internet today or are able to fly across the oceans sitting inside aeroplanes or are able to talk at any time of the day to anyone across the world from any place or are able to take Photostat copies of our documents in a jiffy it had surely not happened overnight. Millions of people have made contributions from time to time to have made the earth such a blessing for us.

For instance, look at the difference Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano of Nagoya University, Japan and Shuji Nakamura of the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA who were awarded the Nobel Prize of Physics in the year 2014 for their invention of blue LED along have made in our life.

It could have not been possible to produce white light from the light emitting diodes had they not invented the blue light emitting LEDs.

(Source:http://www.iflscience.com/physics/nobel-prize-physics-awarded-scientists-who-invented-blue-led/)

With 20% of the world’s electricity used for lighting, as mentioned by Dr. Frances Saunders, optimal use of LED lighting could reduce this to 4%. This invention has the potential to improve the quality of life for more than 1.5 billion people in the world that do not have access to electricity grids since they require very little energy input for the LEDs, that can run even on local solar power.

 

Or look at the efforts of E. Sreedharan, the first Managing Director of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd., known as the Metro man of India to have made it possible to travel by Metroes in not only in Delhi but even in some of the other cities of our country.

 

Or look at the people who could have let us use the Internet – not just one or two –  a horde of them.

 

Or look at the people who invented the concept of additive colours and the subtractive colours to let us use either three cartridges – Red, Green and Blue or four cartridges – Magenta, Yellow, Cyan and the Key colour (Black) of ink to produce billions of colours.

 

Or look at the people who invented the technique of making Photostat copies of the documents so easily today that has facilitated our life so much. Prior to that people had to make copies either in long hand or by getting the papers typed out again and again if they required more than three or four copies of a document.

 

Or look at the people who should have made additive manufacturing possible by using the same technology as was being used for ink jet printing.

 

Or look at the people, who must have invented all the vaccines we get our children administered today to safeguard their lives against so many diseases.

 

All of them have made our life so live-able.

 

Now look at what you can possibly do.

 

If nothing, just be content by making yourself more ethical.

It would also help other people live in peace.

Do away with terrorism. It would also make others lead a happier life.

Have a look at the Instagram “https://www.instagram.com/p/BVjE4KbB5i4/”, which reads:

“You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.”

I came across this Instagram in the Weekly News Letter dated June 26, 2017 of the Editor of the Elephant Journal and got the inspiration of reaching out to you with it.

You may or may not invent something new – does not matter so much. You may still make a difference by not acting rogue in your life or by not joining the rank of the people who have joined ISIS.

 

All of us have our own limitations. Yet how we may put through such limitations in our life decides what we finally achieve or do not achieve in our life.

Sure enough, everything is not predestined in our life.

It is true – We have no control over the family in which we get born – nor do we have any control over the country in which we get born or the city where we get born or the date or the time when we get born or the turmoil through which the nation in which we may have got born could have not been within our domain.

It is also true that until certain age we don’t know what is in our domain and what is not in our domain but when we become aware of what is in our domain and what is not in our domain our mind starts prompting us to get over the control of even what may not have been in our domain. The efforts we make to get over the hurdles of life we may have to surmount to achieve what we may aim to achieve sets the ball rolling.

But mind it – It is so not only in our case.

These factors decide only the length and the width of the playground over which we have to learn the rules of the game.

Our actual life starts only after we have learnt the rules of the game.

What we achieve in our life or what we don’t achieve in our life depends on how we play the game – the game of our life.

The life offers us several opportunities and also poses several hurdles to cross over.

What matters is how we cope with them.

Millions of people have contributed their bit to make the earth a better place to live. Nobody would remember us if we spent whole of our life only for ourselves.

We can’t make the earth a better place to live if we spend whole of our life minding only what may be within our spin. We have to go beyond our spin.

HOW TO GO BEYOND OUR SPIN

Let us look back at the way how others had gone out of their spin.

If we are able to use Internet today or are able to fly across the oceans sitting inside aeroplanes or are able to talk at any time of the day to anyone across the world from any place or are able to take Photostat copies of our documents in a jiffy it had surely not happened overnight. Millions of people have made contributions from time to time to have made the earth such a blessing for us.

For instance, look at the difference Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano of Nagoya University, Japan and Shuji Nakamura of the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA who were awarded the Nobel Prize of Physics in the year 2014 for their invention of blue LED along have made in our life.

It could have not been possible to produce white light from the light emitting diodes had they not invented the blue light emitting LEDs.

(Source:http://www.iflscience.com/physics/nobel-prize-physics-awarded-scientists-who-invented-blue-led/)

With 20% of the world’s electricity used for lighting, as mentioned by Dr. Frances Saunders, optimal use of LED lighting could reduce this to 4%. This invention has the potential to improve the quality of life for more than 1.5 billion people in the world that do not have access to electricity grids since they require very little energy input for the LEDs, that can run even on local solar power.

 

Or look at the efforts of E. Sreedharan, the first Managing Director of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd., known as the Metro man of India to have made it possible to travel by Metroes in not only in Delhi but even in some of the other cities of our country.

 

Or look at the people who could have let us use the Internet – not just one or two –  a horde of them.

 

Or look at the people who invented the concept of additive colours and the subtractive colours to let us use either three cartridges – Red, Green and Blue or four cartridges – Magenta, Yellow, Cyan and the Key colour (Black) of ink to produce billions of colours.

 

Or look at the people who invented the technique of making Photostat copies of the documents so easily today that has facilitated our life so much. Prior to that people had to make copies either in long hand or by getting the papers typed out again and again if they required more than three or four copies of a document.

 

Or look at the people who should have made additive manufacturing possible by using the same technology as was being used for ink jet printing.

 

Or look at the people, who must have invented all the vaccines we get our children administered today to safeguard their lives against so many diseases.

 

All of them have made our life so live-able.

 

Now look at what you can possibly do.

 

If nothing, just be content by making yourself more ethical.

It would also help other people live in peace.

Do away with terrorism. It would also make others lead a happier life.

Have a look at the Instagram “https://www.instagram.com/p/BVjE4KbB5i4/”, which reads:

“You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.”

I came across this Instagram in the Weekly News Letter dated June 26, 2017 of the Editor of the Elephant Journal and got the inspiration of reaching out to you with it.

You may or may not invent something new – does not matter so much. You may still make a difference by not acting rogue in your life or by not joining the rank of the people who have joined ISIS.

 

All of us have our own limitations. Yet how we may put through such limitations in our life decides what we finally achieve or do not achieve in our life.

Sure enough, everything is not predestined in our life.

It is true – We have no control over the family in which we get born – nor do we have any control over the country in which we get born or the city where we get born or the date or the time when we get born or the turmoil through which the nation in which we may have got born could have not been within our domain.

It is also true that until certain age we don’t know what is in our domain and what is not in our domain but when we become aware of what is in our domain and what is not in our domain our mind starts prompting us to get over the control of even what may not have been in our domain. The efforts we make to get over the hurdles of life we may have to surmount to achieve what we may aim to achieve sets the ball rolling.

But mind it – It is so not only in our case.

These factors decide only the length and the width of the playground over which we have to learn the rules of the game.

Our actual life starts only after we have learnt the rules of the game.

What we achieve in our life or what we don’t achieve in our life depends on how we play the game – the game of our life.

The life offers us several opportunities and also poses several hurdles to cross over.

What matters is how we cope with them.

Millions of people have contributed their bit to make the earth a better place to live. Nobody would remember us if we spent whole of our life only for ourselves.

We can’t make the earth a better place to live if we spend whole of our life minding only what may be within our spin. We have to go beyond our spin.

HOW TO GO BEYOND OUR SPIN

Let us look back at the way how others had gone out of their spin.

If we are able to use Internet today or are able to fly across the oceans sitting inside aeroplanes or are able to talk at any time of the day to anyone across the world from any place or are able to take Photostat copies of our documents in a jiffy it had surely not happened overnight. Millions of people have made contributions from time to time to have made the earth such a blessing for us.

For instance, look at the difference Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano of Nagoya University, Japan and Shuji Nakamura of the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA who were awarded the Nobel Prize of Physics in the year 2014 for their invention of blue LED along have made in our life.

It could have not been possible to produce white light from the light emitting diodes had they not invented the blue light emitting LEDs.

(Source:http://www.iflscience.com/physics/nobel-prize-physics-awarded-scientists-who-invented-blue-led/)

With 20% of the world’s electricity used for lighting, as mentioned by Dr. Frances Saunders, optimal use of LED lighting could reduce this to 4%. This invention has the potential to improve the quality of life for more than 1.5 billion people in the world that do not have access to electricity grids since they require very little energy input for the LEDs, that can run even on local solar power.

 

Or look at the efforts of E. Sreedharan, the first Managing Director of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd., known as the Metro man of India to have made it possible to travel by Metroes in not only in Delhi but even in some of the other cities of our country.

 

Or look at the people who could have let us use the Internet – not just one or two –  a horde of them.

 

Or look at the people who invented the concept of additive colours and the subtractive colours to let us use either three cartridges – Red, Green and Blue or four cartridges – Magenta, Yellow, Cyan and the Key colour (Black) of ink to produce billions of colours.

 

Or look at the people who invented the technique of making Photostat copies of the documents so easily today that has facilitated our life so much. Prior to that people had to make copies either in long hand or by getting the papers typed out again and again if they required more than three or four copies of a document.

 

Or look at the people who should have made additive manufacturing possible by using the same technology as was being used for ink jet printing.

 

Or look at the people, who must have invented all the vaccines we get our children administered today to safeguard their lives against so many diseases.

 

All of them have made our life so live-able.

 

Now look at what you can possibly do.

 

If nothing, just be content by making yourself more ethical.

It would also help other people live in peace.

Do away with terrorism. It would also make others lead a happier life.

Have a look at the Instagram “https://www.instagram.com/p/BVjE4KbB5i4/”, which reads:

“You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.”

I came across this Instagram in the Weekly News Letter dated June 26, 2017 of the Editor of the Elephant Journal and got the inspiration of reaching out to you with it.

You may or may not invent something new – does not matter so much. You may still make a difference by not acting rogue in your life or by not joining the rank of the people who have joined ISIS.

 

All of us have our own limitations. Yet how we may put through such limitations in our life decides what we finally achieve or do not achieve in our life.

Sure enough, everything is not predestined in our life.

It is true – We have no control over the family in which we get born – nor do we have any control over the country in which we get born or the city where we get born or the date or the time when we get born or the turmoil through which the nation in which we may have got born could have not been within our domain.

It is also true that until certain age we don’t know what is in our domain and what is not in our domain but when we become aware of what is in our domain and what is not in our domain our mind starts prompting us to get over the control of even what may not have been in our domain. The efforts we make to get over the hurdles of life we may have to surmount to achieve what we may aim to achieve sets the ball rolling.

But mind it – It is so not only in our case.

These factors decide only the length and the width of the playground over which we have to learn the rules of the game.

Our actual life starts only after we have learnt the rules of the game.

What we achieve in our life or what we don’t achieve in our life depends on how we play the game – the game of our life.

The life offers us several opportunities and also poses several hurdles to cross over.

What matters is how we cope with them.

Millions of people have contributed their bit to make the earth a better place to live. Nobody would remember us if we spent whole of our life only for ourselves.

We can’t make the earth a better place to live if we spend whole of our life minding only what may be within our spin. We have to go beyond our spin.

HOW TO GO BEYOND OUR SPIN

Let us look back at the way how others had gone out of their spin.

If we are able to use Internet today or are able to fly across the oceans sitting inside aeroplanes or are able to talk at any time of the day to anyone across the world from any place or are able to take Photostat copies of our documents in a jiffy it had surely not happened overnight. Millions of people have made contributions from time to time to have made the earth such a blessing for us.

For instance, look at the difference Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano of Nagoya University, Japan and Shuji Nakamura of the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA who were awarded the Nobel Prize of Physics in the year 2014 for their invention of blue LED along have made in our life.

It could have not been possible to produce white light from the light emitting diodes had they not invented the blue light emitting LEDs.

(Source:http://www.iflscience.com/physics/nobel-prize-physics-awarded-scientists-who-invented-blue-led/)

With 20% of the world’s electricity used for lighting, as mentioned by Dr. Frances Saunders, optimal use of LED lighting could reduce this to 4%. This invention has the potential to improve the quality of life for more than 1.5 billion people in the world that do not have access to electricity grids since they require very little energy input for the LEDs, that can run even on local solar power.

 

Or look at the efforts of E. Sreedharan, the first Managing Director of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd., known as the Metro man of India to have made it possible to travel by Metroes in not only in Delhi but even in some of the other cities of our country.

 

Or look at the people who could have let us use the Internet – not just one or two –  a horde of them.

 

Or look at the people who invented the concept of additive colours and the subtractive colours to let us use either three cartridges – Red, Green and Blue or four cartridges – Magenta, Yellow, Cyan and the Key colour (Black) of ink to produce billions of colours.

 

Or look at the people who invented the technique of making Photostat copies of the documents so easily today that has facilitated our life so much. Prior to that people had to make copies either in long hand or by getting the papers typed out again and again if they required more than three or four copies of a document.

 

Or look at the people who should have made additive manufacturing possible by using the same technology as was being used for ink jet printing.

 

Or look at the people, who must have invented all the vaccines we get our children administered today to safeguard their lives against so many diseases.

 

All of them have made our life so live-able.

 

Now look at what you can possibly do.

 

If nothing, just be content by making yourself more ethical.

It would also help other people live in peace.

Do away with terrorism. It would also make others lead a happier life.

Have a look at the Instagram “https://www.instagram.com/p/BVjE4KbB5i4/”, which reads:

“You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.”

I came across this Instagram in the Weekly News Letter dated June 26, 2017 of the Editor of the Elephant Journal and got the inspiration of reaching out to you with it.

You may or may not invent something new – does not matter so much. You may still make a difference by not acting rogue in your life or by not joining the rank of the people who have joined ISIS.

 

All of us have our own limitations. Yet how we may put through such limitations in our life decides what we finally achieve or do not achieve in our life.

Sure enough, everything is not predestined in our life.

It is true – We have no control over the family in which we get born – nor do we have any control over the country in which we get born or the city where we get born or the date or the time when we get born or the turmoil through which the nation in which we may have got born could have not been within our domain.

It is also true that until certain age we don’t know what is in our domain and what is not in our domain but when we become aware of what is in our domain and what is not in our domain our mind starts prompting us to get over the control of even what may not have been in our domain. The efforts we make to get over the hurdles of life we may have to surmount to achieve what we may aim to achieve sets the ball rolling.

But mind it – It is so not only in our case.

These factors decide only the length and the width of the playground over which we have to learn the rules of the game.

Our actual life starts only after we have learnt the rules of the game.

What we achieve in our life or what we don’t achieve in our life depends on how we play the game – the game of our life.

The life offers us several opportunities and also poses several hurdles to cross over.

What matters is how we cope with them.

Millions of people have contributed their bit to make the earth a better place to live. Nobody would remember us if we spent whole of our life only for ourselves.

We can’t make the earth a better place to live if we spend whole of our life minding only what may be within our spin. We have to go beyond our spin.

HOW TO GO BEYOND OUR SPIN

Let us look back at the way how others had gone out of their spin.

If we are able to use Internet today or are able to fly across the oceans sitting inside aeroplanes or are able to talk at any time of the day to anyone across the world from any place or are able to take Photostat copies of our documents in a jiffy it had surely not happened overnight. Millions of people have made contributions from time to time to have made the earth such a blessing for us.

For instance, look at the difference Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano of Nagoya University, Japan and Shuji Nakamura of the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA who were awarded the Nobel Prize of Physics in the year 2014 for their invention of blue LED along have made in our life.

It could have not been possible to produce white light from the light emitting diodes had they not invented the blue light emitting LEDs.

(Source:http://www.iflscience.com/physics/nobel-prize-physics-awarded-scientists-who-invented-blue-led/)

With 20% of the world’s electricity used for lighting, as mentioned by Dr. Frances Saunders, optimal use of LED lighting could reduce this to 4%. This invention has the potential to improve the quality of life for more than 1.5 billion people in the world that do not have access to electricity grids since they require very little energy input for the LEDs, that can run even on local solar power.

 

Or look at the efforts of E. Sreedharan, the first Managing Director of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd., known as the Metro man of India to have made it possible to travel by Metroes in not only in Delhi but even in some of the other cities of our country.

 

Or look at the people who could have let us use the Internet – not just one or two –  a horde of them.

 

Or look at the people who invented the concept of additive colours and the subtractive colours to let us use either three cartridges – Red, Green and Blue or four cartridges – Magenta, Yellow, Cyan and the Key colour (Black) of ink to produce billions of colours.

 

Or look at the people who invented the technique of making Photostat copies of the documents so easily today that has facilitated our life so much. Prior to that people had to make copies either in long hand or by getting the papers typed out again and again if they required more than three or four copies of a document.

 

Or look at the people who should have made additive manufacturing possible by using the same technology as was being used for ink jet printing.

 

Or look at the people, who must have invented all the vaccines we get our children administered today to safeguard their lives against so many diseases.

 

All of them have made our life so live-able.

 

Now look at what you can possibly do.

 

If nothing, just be content by making yourself more ethical.

It would also help other people live in peace.

Do away with terrorism. It would also make others lead a happier life.

Have a look at the Instagram “https://www.instagram.com/p/BVjE4KbB5i4/”, which reads:

“You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.”

I came across this Instagram in the Weekly News Letter dated June 26, 2017 of the Editor of the Elephant Journal and got the inspiration of reaching out to you with it.

You may or may not invent something new – does not matter so much. You may still make a difference by not acting rogue in your life or by not joining the rank of the people who have joined ISIS.

 

All of us have our own limitations. Yet how we may put through such limitations in our life decides what we finally achieve or do not achieve in our life.

Sure enough, everything is not predestined in our life.

It is true – We have no control over the family in which we get born – nor do we have any control over the country in which we get born or the city where we get born or the date or the time when we get born or the turmoil through which the nation in which we may have got born could have not been within our domain.

It is also true that until certain age we don’t know what is in our domain and what is not in our domain but when we become aware of what is in our domain and what is not in our domain our mind starts prompting us to get over the control of even what may not have been in our domain. The efforts we make to get over the hurdles of life we may have to surmount to achieve what we may aim to achieve sets the ball rolling.

But mind it – It is so not only in our case.

These factors decide only the length and the width of the playground over which we have to learn the rules of the game.

Our actual life starts only after we have learnt the rules of the game.

What we achieve in our life or what we don’t achieve in our life depends on how we play the game – the game of our life.

The life offers us several opportunities and also poses several hurdles to cross over.

What matters is how we cope with them.

Millions of people have contributed their bit to make the earth a better place to live. Nobody would remember us if we spent whole of our life only for ourselves.

We can’t make the earth a better place to live if we spend whole of our life minding only what may be within our spin. We have to go beyond our spin.

HOW TO GO BEYOND OUR SPIN

Let us look back at the way how others had gone out of their spin.

If we are able to use Internet today or are able to fly across the oceans sitting inside aeroplanes or are able to talk at any time of the day to anyone across the world from any place or are able to take Photostat copies of our documents in a jiffy it had surely not happened overnight. Millions of people have made contributions from time to time to have made the earth such a blessing for us.

For instance, look at the difference Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano of Nagoya University, Japan and Shuji Nakamura of the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA who were awarded the Nobel Prize of Physics in the year 2014 for their invention of blue LED along have made in our life.

It could have not been possible to produce white light from the light emitting diodes had they not invented the blue light emitting LEDs.

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(Source: http://www.iflscience.com/physics/nobel-prize-physics-awarded-scientists-who-invented-blue-led/)

With 20% of the world’s electricity used for lighting, as mentioned by Dr. Frances Saunders, optimal use of LED lighting could reduce this to 4%. This invention has the potential to improve the quality of life for more than 1.5 billion people in the world that do not have access to electricity grids since they require very little energy input for the LEDs, that can run even on local solar power.

 

Or look at the efforts of E. Sreedharan, the first Managing Director of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd., known as the Metro man of India to have made it possible to travel by Metroes in not only in Delhi but even in some of the other cities of our country.

 

Or look at the people who could have let us use the Internet – not just one or two –  a horde of them.

 

Or look at the people who invented the concept of additive colors and the subtractive colors to let us use either three cartridges – Red, Green and Blue or four cartridges – Magenta, Yellow, Cyan and the Key color (Black) of ink to produce billions of colors.

 

Or look at the people who invented the technique of making Photostat copies of the documents so easily today that has facilitated our life so much. Prior to that people had to make copies either in long hand or by getting the papers typed out again and again if they required more than three or four copies of a document.

 

Or look at the people who should have made additive manufacturing possible by using the same technology as was being used for ink jet printing.

 

Or look at the people, who must have invented all the vaccines we get our children administered today to safeguard their lives against so many diseases.

 

All of them have made our life so live-able.

 

Now look at what you can possibly do.

 

If nothing, just be content by making yourself more ethical.

It would also help other people live in peace.

Do away with terrorism. It would also make others lead a happier life.

Have a look at the Instagram “https://www.instagram.com/p/BVjE4KbB5i4/”, which reads:

“You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.”

I came across this Instagram in the Weekly News Letter dated June 26, 2017 of the Editor of the Elephant Journal and got the inspiration of reaching out to you with it.

You may or may not invent something new – does not matter so much. You may still make a difference by not acting rogue in your life or by not joining the rank of the people who have joined ISIS.

 

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