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Eating Habit

Eating habit is a very significant factor in life. Food is the first among all fundamental needs. People take food to satisfy their hunger. People should eat as much as they need. We eat to live not live to eat. But some people foster the opposite view. The habit of more eating is known as over-eating. Due to over-eating, we will suffer from various indigestion problems. Over-eating damages our liver-function. Even people can die from over-eating. On the other hand, some people especially women eat very little to become slim. But they have to think of the food value. People in various countries eat various kinds of food. Some of them eat fruits, vegetables, bread, and potatoes. Some of them eat rice, bread etc. Whatever they take as food, they should take properly according to the need of the body. One should eat to maintain health and energy. Food must include proteins, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins, minerals and water. Lack of knowledge of nutrition is one of the reasons for malnutrition in Bangladesh. Poor and illiterate people think that good and nutritive food means costly food. But this is not true. In short, each and everyone should adopt a balanced eating habit for maintaining good health.

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Education and Poverty Alleviation

Education plays a vital role in the alleviation of poverty. In poverty alleviation, the dynamic role of education cannot be devalued. Bangladesh is placed in human development efforts at 147 out of 174 poor countries of the world. About 48% of its population live under the poverty line. So our main concern is to alleviate poverty. The literacy rate in Bangladesh is about 65.5% which is deplorable. The female literacy rate is about 30% and the male literacy rate is 49%. In the literacy programmes, women and girls should have priority as two-thirds of them are illiterate. The condition of the girls is deplorable compared to the condition of the males. The number of girls starting education is lower and the number of drop-outs is greater than that of the boys. The colossal number of drop-out hampers national progress and prosperity. Different local and foreign NGOs are playing important role in this regard. There are some NGOs who are engaged in basic education and health care. They also provide micro-credit. Micro-credits help to raise the income of the family. It has raised the control of the women over the finance and the family. The government has taken many steps also. It has introduced stipends to attract school-going girls. It also retains the pupils to complete grade five. Different government agencies are providing micro-credits. Financial assistance is provided by different banks to improve the economic conditions of people. Poverty alleviation is a very complex task. An all-out effort should be made by the government and the NGOs towards the spread of education for the alleviation of poverty.

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Education for Underprivileged Children

The children who live under the poverty line are the underprivileged children. They do not get enough food. They have to live under the open sky. They are deprived of education and health care. Confusion and fear are their constant companions. They come from the poorest section of our impoverished society. Their poverty-stricken parents are not in a position to take care of them. They are left with no alternative but to look for some work to maintain themselves. They are being generally exploited and repressed easily. They have to do many hazardous jobs. There are no definite work-hours for them. They work as lathe machine operators. They work in cigarette factories and garments factories. They work in a dangerous environment and get minimum wages. These cause irreparable damages to their physical and mental development. These deprived children require a special type of education. Education is an inborn right of every child on earth. As the formal education is costly the poor cannot education should be introduced for them. Vocational training up to a certain age is required. The government can play a vital role in this regard. The government of Bangladesh has formulated the plan of action covering the major areas of intervention. These include child labour policy, social security, and rehabilitation of the working children, creating opportunities by providing formal and non-formal education as well as vocational training. All-out efforts should be made to ensure appropriate education for the underprivileged children so as to enable them to become worthy citizens of the state.

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Fresh Air

Fresh air is essential for our health. But we do not get it all the time of the day. It is only early in the morning when we get fresh air. During the daytime movement of men and animals kicks off dust into the air and the playing of various kinds of motor vehicles, as well as the running of mills and factories, emit poisonous gas and smoke that dangerously pollute the air. If anybody inhales this polluted air, he is likely to get various kinds of chest diseases. The sleep and tranquillity of the night allow the day’s polluted air to become pure. Thus we can inhale fresh air at dawn. Many people walk in the morning to breathe fresh air. In invigorates heat and lungs and keeps to body healthy. So we should invariably try to avail ourselves of fresh air.

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Friendship

Friendship is a human instinct between two persons not bound by any relationship. It is one of the greatest blessings of Allah to man. It is a relationship which is based on the union of same-minded persons. It adds to our joy in prosperity and helps to relieve our miseries in adversity. Our friends share with us the joys of our success. In our misfortune, they are with us and try to diminish our grief in various ways. It is a friendship that sometimes springs from the mental esteem and from our long attachment. The attribute of friendship is very old since the creation of human beings. Many good things can be done if there is a friendship between two persons. However, loyalty to friends is an essential quality of true friendship.

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Friendship is a human instinct between two persons not bound by any relationship. It is one of the greatest blessings of Allah to man. One can make friends by sharing the joys and sorrows of one’s friends. It is a relationship which is based on the union of same minded persons. It adds to our joy in prosperity and helps to relieve our miseries in adversity. Our friends share with us the joys of our success. In our misfortune, they are with us and try to diminish our grief in various ways. It is a friendship that sometimes springs from the mental esteem from our long attachment. The attribute of friendship is very old since the creation of human beings. May good things can be done if there is friendship between two persons. However, the importance of friendship in human life is immense and without it life turns barren and painful. At the same time, loyalty to friends is an essential quality of true friendship. One can retain his/her friendship by standing with his/her friend in time of need.

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