Panchami.M: Are The Borders Killing Humanity?

    • Panchami.M,
    • Standard: X-A,
    • K L E Society School, Nagarbhavi,
    • Bangalore.

    • Publish Date: Mar 5 2017 7:16PM
    • |
    • Updated Date: Mar 6 2017 5:37PM
Panchami.M: Are The Borders Killing Humanity?

Recently, a techie was shot dead in the US. And then another Indian was shot at outside his home. No day passes by without someone dying at the border, or a refugee being shot while trying to cross the border. These kind of cases continues to increase day by day and whenever I read about such incidents, I wonder, did we create borders to hurt humanity or to live in peace. Is caste, creed and religion taking over humanity? Should we stop discriminating? At least, should we start being humans? 

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Himanshi Dhawan Saffron Public School

I partially agree. This is only one side of the coin which is bleak, the other side is promising. What about the security affairs of the country? We cannot completely eradicate borders. The need of the hour is to make a judicious use of them.

RIYA MITTAL Convent of Jesus and Mary

I think we should not make borders . After all, God never made borders. He only made the physical map. We, humans, have made the political map. Everyone should live in peace and harmony with others. So much of money is wasted every year in just securing our borders.

Panchami.M K L E Society School, Nagarbhavi

Hiamanshi we can always adopt Universal Citizenship which will resolve our security concern as when everyone will belong to the world then why do we need separate countries

Panchami.M K L E Society School, Nagarbhavi

Hiamanshi we can always adopt Universal Citizenship which will resolve our security concern as when everyone will belong to the world then why do we need separate countries

Panchami.M K L E Society School, Nagarbhavi

Hiamanshi we can always adopt Universal Citizenship which will resolve our security concern as when everyone will belong to the world then why do we need separate countries

Panchami.M K L E Society School, Nagarbhavi

Hiamanshi we can always adopt Universal Citizenship which will resolve our security concern as when everyone will belong to the world then why do we need separate countries

Bakshish Arora JASPAL KAUR PUBLIC SCHOOL(SHALIMAR

Segregation truly affect the human life adversely..While some people enjoy highly disproportionate share of wealth while others are forced to live in subhuman condition...It''s really disheartening to hear such cases almost everyday..As per my opinion the borders need to be resolved ..It will not only promote generosity with people rather also lead to development worldwide...

ayushi AKSIPS 45,Smart School

sometimes i realise that our world is badly divided...divided into rich and poor...into high class and low class.....and further into these borders..but at the same time i also thnk that we as indivisuals sitting in our luxurious homes can send 1 % of that positivity to those jwans!

Asmita D.A.V Public School, Thane

I don''t know where that attitude came from but it seems that humans are very much concerned about their own territory. Borders are there to show the extent of a certain territory. But I will say one thing : Borders are essential. We can''t have a world without them because there are some psychos moving in the world who like to blow up people. At least the borders provide some security from such psychos. But we must be careful to shoot the right man.

Dhwani Advani UNIVERSAL HIGH SCHOOL-DAHISAR(E)

Borders are killing humanity. We should try to promote global peace and stop discrimination. humanity should be there or consequences can be lethal.

Yaksh Bari Shree Swaminarayan Vidyaveli Gyankendra Senior Sec

Yes, borders are killing a lot of soldiers and their humanity. That India is understanding but Pakistan is not just listening to this problem. Pakistan and India have many wars and Pakistan is crossing the borders and killing the people near the borders is not a clearing of humanity.

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