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Country Life vs City Life

The study of country life versus city life is an interesting study. ‘Man-made the town and God made the country’ – is an old saying. A country life is the most desirable if we seek peace. A country life means to live in the villages. It has no din and bustle that we always find in town life. By city life, we mean to live in the towns. Here people are always busy with their own affairs and never get any time to turn to others. Country life has many advantages as well as disadvantages. The country life never breeds enmity between man and man. There is a harmonious co-existence. One can enjoy the beauties of nature. He can also sing with the warbling of the birds. The village life is very simple and free from cares and anxieties of the world. But there is a lack of health and education facilities. Most of the village people are poor as very have very limited source of income. Communication system is also not good. On the other hand, city life has many advantages. Here one can get all the amenities of modern life. There are schools, colleges, universities, engineering and medical schools in towns. All the facilities are available there. There are scopes for trade, commerce and business. More people can get employment opportunities as there are industries. They get ample sources of care. So, the standard of living is higher. But the town life has many disadvantages. Here people are more or less selfish. Various pollutions pollute the town. Vehicles ply constantly here. Both the lives have their own merits and demerits. But if we think clearly, we shall find the village more charming and enjoyable. Notwithstanding, we have to remember that we cannot go with one without the other.

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Road Accident

Any accident that takes on road is called road accident. It is a daily occurrence in Bangladesh. Road accident is increasing by leaps and bounds. It occurs in Bangladesh primarily owing to the reckless driving of the drivers. They often go almost mad to overtake without caring for traffic rules and regulations. Road accident can cause irreparable loss and injure anyone badly. Sometimes, it takes a toll of valuable lives. The effect of road accident is pathetic. A little mistake can cause a lot of tears to anybody. somebody loses his/her dear and near ones for ever. Pedestrians are the worst to make sure that drivers abide by traffic rules. Exemplary punishment should be meted out to those who are held responsible for road accidents. The old vehicles should not be allowed to ply in the road. Pedestrians should be encouraged to use the footpath and over-bridge while crossing the road. The government should launch a programme to tackle it and enforce law and order strictly to curb road accidents. The people from all walk of life should come forward to tackle the problem jointly.

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Dangers of Smoking

Smoking is a very bad habit. It is a very dangerous habit, too. It is so dangerous and mortifying that it may cause cancer, heart attack, high blood pressure, chronic lungs troubles and other serious diseases. Smoking tobacco products is a major health hazard. It is found that one puff of cigarette smoke contains fifteen billion particles of matter including nicotine, methyl alcohol, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, arsenic, benzopyrene and several other acids. These are all really very fatal and injurious to our health. Nicotine constricts the size of blood-vessels which impedes the normal flow of blood and oxygen in the body. It causes the heart to beat faster. Benzopyrine, arsenic and tobacco tars are cancer-causing agents in animals and human beings. Tobacco tar forms a brown sticky mass inside the lungs and it hinders the easy flow of blood. The presence of carbon monoxide in the tobacco tar drives out the oxygen from the blood and it is also dangerous. Besides, smoking can cause irritation in the eye, offend the nose and unsettle the mind. After all, the dangers of smoking are quite unlimited and all should avoid it to live a happy and peaceful life.

Same paragraph collected from another book

Smoking is the most dangerous of all habits. I consider it a bad habit. It has a damaging effect on human health and life. It breeds many fatal diseases. It causes cancer, bronchitis, tuberculosis, heart-attack and many health hazards. Smoking prevents free flow of flood and supply of oxygen in the body. This leads to serious heart problems. A chain smokes cannot enjoy should health. A smoker also causes harm to a non-smoker. He demise the very existence to a non-smoker. Besides, smoking pollutes the air and leads to environmental disaster. Still, the worst sufferer is the man who smokes. He cannot but suffer in the long run. However, there is no smoker in our family. My father who used to smoke occasionally has got rid of it and now the family is totally smoke free. I think smoking in public places should be banned. As smoking is a slow poison and it demise life a both smokers and non-smokers, it should be outlawed publicly.

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Discipline

Man is a social being. He has to live in society by mixing with others. As a member of society, he has to abide by social rules and regulations. The obedience to social rules and regulations is called discipline. Discipline is a very essential thing for society. In every sphere of life discipline is a must. In schools, colleges and various offices discipline is an imperative necessity. Absence of discipline creates chaos and disorder. For the security of a country, strong defence system is very essential. But if the department of defence runs disorderly, defence system must be weak and it will be impossible then to defend the freedom of the country. So, children should be taught discipline from the school level. A disciplined man can succeed in life. On the other hand, an indisciplined man cannot succeed in life. If we look at nature, we also find everything going orderly. So it is a great virtue. Everyone should practise the virtue of discipline.

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Diligence

Or, Industry is the Mother of Good Luck

Diligence means steady effort to perform work successfully. God has given us two hands to work. Since the beginning of the world, human beings have been struggling with nature to keep hold of their existence. If they did not struggle they might have perished long ago. Thus we see diligence is essential in personal life, social life and in national life. The student who is more diligent makes a better result than those who are not. The businessman who is more diligent is a more successful one than others who are less. In the same way, the nations which are more diligent are more improved and more prosperous. Many of us are unwilling to go under hard labour by thinking that Allah has given us the mouth, so He will provide us. Again there are people who only believe in fate and ignore their duties. But it is not a good sign. They should remember that a man is the maker of his own fate. The most successful men in the world did not get the high position in a single day. They had to work very hard, they had to face many difficulties and then they reached their goal. Thus everybody should be diligent for his sake as well as for his country’s sake.

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