BIRDS KNOW NO BORDERS

In our Upanishad, it was written that Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam-that the world is one family. If birds and bees have no boundaries then why should we have? Patriotism brings a sense of unity as a nation in a country. The real life example is World Cup where people from different races & part of the world cheered for their country’s cricket team.

In this era, gaps becoming more and more small between countries. As a matter of fact, nationalism has a great deal of difficulty surviving in this world and some would agree that it has become less important. However others would say that nationalism is benefitted from globalization and is becoming more important than ever.

People who love their country, try their best to improve the situation. As Tennis ace Sania Mirza moved out of India when she married Shoaib Malik, setting up home in Dubai. Yet that did not stop her from playing for India. Similarly, Vishwanathan Anand might live in Spain but he continues to do India proud as a chess whiz.

We share a planet & with modern transport & communication we share it more easily. Globalisation is a modern concept that emerged in the last decade of 20TH century. It facilitated interconnectedness between different nations for the sake of capital investment, technology transfer, marketing of finished products and a host of other things. Globalization has involved some real changes in terms of scale, speed & cognition. Opening a Mcdonalds, importing from Bangladesh, exporting wine to Britain & many more have benefited from globalization.

We all live under the same sky & breathe the same air. Now it’s hogh time & we should stop thinking ourselves as disparate Chinese. Japenese, Indians, Americans & others when the one truth is that we all the global citizens, part of one family.Globalisation is a modern concept that emerged in the last decade of 20TH century. It facilitated interconnectedness between different nations for the sake of capital investment, technology transfer, marketing of finished products and a host of other things.