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CIVIC SENSE

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Written by rajeshyalla. Posted in General on 15 July 2009.
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In present day scenario, people, particularly young citizens are forgetting how to behave properly. Civic sense and good behaviour improves our personality and gives good impression to others. If you are educated but does not behave with civic sense or manners you will definitely treated as uneducated only.  So let us learn or try to recall what should we have to do outside and what should not be done as well.

You are riding a vehicle on the road and waiting for the green signal at a junction in your city.  Since there is a digital timer also, you turned your vehicle to neutral and soon the signal turned green.  And unfortunately, immediately you could not start vehicle.  How do you feel if the commuters behind you sound horn recklessly and harshly?  Same thing we have to feel, if anybody else also has the same problem at signals.

Another common scenario at the junctions, so many vehicles obstruct the left side way.  It is courtesy to see that no one on road should be obstructed.  Please do not think that why should I bother, I may move out immediately after my signal turns green and till then the blocking is natural.  It is really barbarious to think in such a way.

You went to a shopping complex to buy some clothes.  On return you will find your bike is blocked by many more bikes behind.  You could not even take your vehicle because behind your vehicle another big row is formed.  It is also common in our cities.  One must think about this trend seriously.  If there is no space for parking, you can go just ahead and park the vehicle at some distance away.  By parking the vehicle there, we can come on foot to the shop.

Think over all these and be mannerful with good civic sense, which will broaden your mind and gives you satisfaction and happiness in life.


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