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Tuesday, December 6

Cleanliness is Next to Godliness


Cleanliness is the cornerstone of discipline and a trademark of success. Cleanliness is an important trait and character for many reasons that it helps to prevent illnesses. It involves hygiene and it also make to know people to perceive one’s character. If someone says that cleanliness is next to godliness, it means that we have a moral duty to keep themselves and their homes clean. One has to keep his body and mind hygienic and clean in all respects. If someone shows up to work dirty and filthy, you would not like them. People may keep far because if a person cannot keep themselves clean and neat, people may not trust and like to work with them. Without cleanliness one may not go long in life. Cleanliness and hygiene should go hand in hand and this trait must be taught right from childhood. It must be further nurtured in schools. It is one of those traits, by which people judge one. The very first appearance impresses and judges everything. If a personal space can’t be cleaned, one cannot maintain a healthy relationship with outside world. It may be an embarrassment to show, a filthy unkempt house, or wherever a person is to stay. Cleanliness is one of the good qualities. It is a part of our civilization. A man of dirty habits is far from civilization. So, with the progress of civilization man cleans himself more and more. He cleans his body. He cleans his mind and heart. He cleans all his action and manners. He cleans his soul. This will lead him to the highest form of civilization. By cleanliness of body and limbs, cleanliness of all our articles of use, cleanliness of our dwellings and soul, we gradually move towards divinity. Hence, we say- "Cleanliness is next to Godliness".

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Soumen Ghosh said...

i am really inspired by it.

Aditya Mane said...

i didn't understood it

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