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Suchismita Behera

Children Stories


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Suchismita Behera

Children Stories


Today's Save Is Future's Save

Today's Save Is Future's Save

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Shivani was the only child of her parents. They were very rich. So, Shivani has her own bedroom and all her separate personal belongings. Everyday she used to keep the lights and fan switch on while leaving the room. This was her daily habit which she was not changing at all. Her mother always shout at her for these casual activities.

One day her grandmother came to her home and she also observed her this activity. She make her to sit near by and told "Dear Shivani, whatever you are doing is not good at all". Wasting electricity will create trouble for future. Still Shivani did not listen.


In one afternoon, due to high load of electricity, the current went off. It was cut for whole complete day. No body was prepared for that. Next morning, gradually water started to come slowly. Food was not ready, Shivani has to go for tuition. She has not even taken bath. No body in the family were finished with their daily work.


Then Shivani's grandmother came to her and asked see....how electricity is important. You have wasted so much earlier so that today God has punished you. And because of you today all of us are suffering. If you would have saved electricity, now we could have use that in switching on motor pump at least to make available water.


Shivani could understand and realized her repetitive faults. She told her grandmother that she will not repeat such habits and will definitely rectify it. During this conversation electricity came and they all started doing their regular activities.


MORAL OF THE STORY- Over utilization of any resource is not a good habit.


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