Thought for the day
"Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened."
- Matthew 7:7-8
As guided by CSI SEVA Department of the Synod, the LCP members of Karimnagar diocese have come together and planned on observing the International peace day. This year’s theme focused on observances to be related to Climate change, Climate Action, etc. The United Nations theme ‘Climate Action for Peace’, was also the theme of this programme, young people have discussed about few aspects with which the group can increase peace in environment. In this programme, the Karimnagar Bishop Rt. Rev. Dr. Prof. K. Reuben Mark and Bishopamma Rev. Priscilla Parimala Reuben, Rev. B. Christopher, Rev. R. Jeevarathnam, Rev. Purushottam and Rev. Jayaraj and few young people came together. The Bishop spoke about God’s creation and the authority given to man to rule over it. But in today’s world man is not using the nature instead he is destroying the nature, and this is the reason why we are witnessing the ecological imbalances and natural disasters. He gave an example of Denmark, as to how that country is making policies to protect the environment and maintain peace with environment. Rev. Priscilla Reuban said, if Man has mental peace then he automatically keeps his surroundings clean and green by which greenery increases to level the imbalances in the environment. Rev. R. Jeevarathnam spoke on separation of waste material into two categories i.e, dry waste and wet waste, which helps in easy disposal of waste material. He also highlighted that this nature was gifted to the mankind and it should be treated in a respectable way, if we protect nature now it will protect the upcoming generations. After the completion of programme in the diocesan o?ce, young people have planted few saplings in the Bishop o?ce compound and took a pledge to protect them.
Mr. Sandeep Jason