Published on April 27, 2008
For someone......... Foods depict the luxury.
Not really...........it's a basic need !
Some where, People know........how to waste foods (Tomato).
No where but in this world.........people die of starvation.
Wasting food..............for more entertainment (pie throwing).
Waiting............to become food.
Standing still: Which one is more amusing ??
As someone eats more than requirement.......
Others don't find to eat !
While misusage is a festival.........
Please!!! Don't waste your foods. Please!!! Don't ear more than requirement.
" Fill up 1/3 of the stomach by foods, 1/3 by water & let another 1/3 to be filled by your breathing." - Muhammad (PBUH)
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