Showing posts from July, 2018

World Youth Skills Day- Support the Youth

Do you know which word has been chosen for the "Word of the Year 2017" according to the Oxford Dictionary? Oxford Dictionary declared a word coined in 1965 as the word of the year in 2017. A 52-year-old word? Age doesn't matter with its success and fame, I agree...
'Youthquake'- defined as "a significant cultural, political, or social change arising from the actions or influence of young people," grabbed the title.
1965: from youth + quake, on the pattern of earthquake. The first recorded use is from the January 1965 edition of the magazine Vogue, describing the upsurge of youth culture in London that occurred in the 1960s, especially as reflected in the changing fashion of the period. The word apparently coined by Diana Vreeland, then editor-in-chief of Vogue.

This word was repeatedly used during the general elections held in United Kingdom and New Zealand, which was bolstered by youth between the year 2016 and 2017.
Were you familiar with the …

World Environment Day- That has made all the difference

Hello Nature! How pity you may get Still, how pretty are you? But I'm afraid how long the make up stays...
On a train to the country's south-east side, Not to the barren lands but to the lands of tide.
Much far away, somewhere around a mile, Noticed a huge mountain of plastic pile. No reason why people dump it there, Just because people run for a dare. On the other side, growing trees, To get some cool breeze.
Asked mom whether everything is right, Reply was unless people get tight and fight!
Celebrating Eco Day for a cause, Usage of plastic- give it a pause.

Today, global citizens are celebrating the Eco Day to encourage worldwide awareness for the protection of the environment. Every year, World Environment Day is celebrated on June 5 to focus on daily environmental challenges which leads to a catastrophe.
These challenges are just like weeds; it is safe to proceed with weeding at the germinating period and it requires strenuous efforts to recognize them as discrete units am…