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Learn The Art Of Living From The Parts Of Your Body

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WHAT ARE HUMAN RIGHTS?
When there is One Earth, there should be One Humanity! To stick up to one humanity, Human Rights play a major role.  Human Rights are often referred to the Basic Rights, Birth Rights, Natural Rights and Moral Rights. These Rights directly refer and imply the Rights relating to LIFE , LIBERTY, EQUALITY and DIGNITY  of the individual. "LIFE WITHOUT RIGHTS IS A BEAST OF BURDEN WITH A BUNDLE OF BOOKS” Rights are very essential conditions of life for each and every human being for their  fittest survival , development and of well-being. Human Rights  are those Rights to which  every person  is entitled  as a Human Being.  These Rights  are absolutely intrinsic to all the ...view middle of the document...

The stomach cries and cries out of great thirst and hunger and says, “I can’t move any more”. This is signaled to the brain, which are the Head and Controller of the body. Within a fraction of seconds, the brain reaches the painful stomach and within a wink of any eye it records the pain in its brain and feels the pain of the body too. It is true that the body is also getting pain for the ache of the stomach, it being its vital part. The poor brain is helpless. It knows very well, if the stomach is dead, life is meaningless, and it is valueless. But it must do something to overcome the problem of the stomach.

The brain shouts that there is not even a single paisa with the body. The pockets are empty. But the stomach still cries. The brain has no other go than to order the body to rob or steal something for the weeping stomach. The innocent hand unwillingly robs something like Bread from a Restaurant. The eating completes. But the body is caught, arrested, Red hand.

The entire body gets beating for the eating. The body shouts for justice. The hand and the palm cry and ask the master, What is our fault ? We have only touched the bread but did nothing more than this. The legs claim , “We have gone near the eating place and did nothing more. What is the punishment for us for?”

Watch the miracle. Understand the diplomacy. The tongue tasted the food; along with the tongue, the teeth enjoyed a little bit; the kidney filtered but the irony of fate is: stomach, for which the story began got nothing, rather got the dusty stuff left after, by the clever tongue, and whatever the remaining, offal and left-over were, might have been filtered and chosen by the kidney and the very few remaining and unwanted were dropped to the poor stomach!

The poor eyes got punishment without any reason. They have only watched. The poor ears got the same reward. They have just heard. Is SEEING and HEARING a crime and a punishment? Either SEEING or HEARING a punishment ? If it is not so, how it happened? This can happen only in the world of tongue like politicians wherein, the stomach like innocent common people who demand, out of vexation, and should deserve really, finally get deprived off and wait long for nothing,. The nose has just smelt, and it got a big blow, the ears have heard, they got themselves plucked and pulled; they might have been pulled off or closed for ever. The skin, the thin body-guard of the body was torn under ductability and malleability. All the other companions of the body whether reluctantly or voluntarily present at the spot got into the trap! All the poor fellows! The real consumer had all...

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