The days society brought us up.

The days society brought us up.

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Heavy rain (Photo by Noelle Otto on Pexels.com)

It was raining heavily. My paper umbrella was huge but tattered with holes. Seven-year-old me reached school, totally a wet rag doll! The teacher wiped me down. She took off her warm woolly sweater for me.

She was a warm motherly figure whom I remember to this day. If she is still alive, she would be about ninety-year-old.๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’

Going home, I reached a flooded bridge over a huge drain. The water current was seen rushing under the gaping wooden planks of the bridge. I stood and cried. A middle-aged ice-cream man put me on the back of his bicycle to cross that bridge. He put me on the ground and gave me an ice cream! I continued to walk home.

I was in Hong Kong several years ago. A tiny little girl with a seemingly huge backpack walked across the street.

โ€œHow can her parents allow such a little one to be on her own? Is it safe?โ€

โ€œMs, you will be surprised how many cameras on the street are watching over her! In Hong Kong here, it is very safe!โ€ The taxi driver chuckled.

Does your society (schools, neighbors, relatives, government) watch over your kids?

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Making society and public care

Making society and public care

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Care (Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com)

Quote:-

The biggest challenge is how to affect public attitudes and make people care.

Jim Fowler

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