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7. NATIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE CITIZENS OF INDIA : 1 to 5. -The present, added on to some period of time-becomes future. The present plus time is the future. So our present work plus the time in which we do and achieve things together becomes the future world. The future is not a continuity of the present world - it can never be. The present world is being handled, dandled, destroyed and created through this given period of time, and what remains will be the future world - good or bad, created or destroyed.



Opinion

13/03/2016.

 319.

All Members,

 Respected family members of this great holy Nation.

*REQUEST ALL  STUDENTS, PARENTS AND TEACHERS MUST READ THIS TOPIC

 **IT IS URGENT IMPORTANCE IN THE PRESENT SITUATION  OF THE NATION


Sub :  7.  NATIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE CITIZENS OF INDIA : 1 to 5.

Sri Swami Sivananda)


Ref : The present, added on to some period of time-becomes future. The present plus time is the future. So our present work plus the time in which we do and achieve things together becomes the future world. The future is not a continuity of the present world - it can never be. The present world is being handled, dandled, destroyed and created through this given period of time, and what remains will be the future world - good or bad, created or destroyed.


7.  NATIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE CITIZENS OF INDIA : 1 to 5.

1. Patriotism : -

Our Motherland should be our first and highest consideration. Welfare of the nation is our own welfare. Therefore, let us willingly be ready to offer up even our own life for our country.

Let us inculcate in our children and members of our family love for our country, the spirit of patriotism and service to our country and our fellow citizens.


2. Duty : -

Our first and foremost duty is to God and to Righteousness. Leading a righteous life is the best and most valuable service of our Nation.


3. Character : -

Character is the greatest wealth. A pure, incorruptible citizen is the greatest asset of our Nation. This is vital and indispensable.

Therefore, good character is to be given top priority value; upon this depends our nation’s welfare and its future stability.


4. Health : -

Health is the basis of success. Health is wealth. Next to character, it is the greatest national asset.

As citizens, building up character and safeguarding health, should be our primary duty to the Nation.


5. Virtue : -

Let us join hand and eradicate the evils of gambling, liquor-drinking, drug-taking, tobacco-smoking and betel-chewing.

Let us eradicate the evils of bribery, corruption, selfishness, immorality, dishonesty and misconduct. Disloyalty to our Nation is crime and unpardonable sin.


Next : 7.  NATIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE CITIZENS OF INDIA : 6 to10.

Thank you for reading

 JAIHIND.

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