It's a writer's common thing when his imaginations go wrong, when the scent of Suzan lingers yet writer's block is strong... Into the perimeter of each blogger's pan, sweet vouchers come calling and the writer's greed lands...! With due apology to the legend Elton John (of course for tweaking with his lyrics) I would like to begin today's chitchat. Topic is the power of voice to clean India. Wait folks, if I'm sounding uncomplicated curse my health and lifestyle preaching spree of late, which has made me realize that a pretentious serious tone earns readers' confidence much more easily. You may wonder, am I faking this whole blogging thing? No, I'm quite serious when I write an article, more so when it's health related. So, the better idea would be to overlook the hole in my doughnut and relish its nutritive value.
Why is it important to raise our voices in general?
* To prove we're not physically dumb (at least...).
* To overrule the preexisting sound pollution.
* To show that we're naive enough to believe raising voice is the only way to be heard.
* To get a grip of the slipping away argument (99% failure rate).
* To be in the delusion that we're in control.
Why is it important to raise our voices to clean India?
* India is our motherland and she desperately needs thorough cleaning.
* We are addicted to play deaf-deaf-blind-blind game, so, raising voice is a bare necessity.
* All these years we've pooped almost everywhere... who else would take the liability?
* Even if it doesn't help in cleaning India, our concealed motif of building social contacts and beautifying our public images would be fulfilled (I can bet on the later!).