Our Everyday Actions: Its Effect on the Course of History

SiddiQ By SiddiQ, 2nd Aug 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1b3ywy4c/
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From day one of the planet Earth, man’s actions have evolved from stone to iron to machines to electronics, each designed to assuage the burden of work and make life more tolerable by the interval. But this all revolves around researches and experiments. When it comes to our daily actions, a reasonable debate argues whether they can have a profound impact in history or not.

From Scratch

Yes, our daily actions can have a great impact on history. It is our daily actions that keep our history in balance and ensure that our circle of life keeps flowing without ceasing. Everything we study for, work for, it’s all contributing to our country’s growth in all sections such as economics, military etc. For example, in grade one, we figure out what a human heart is. In grade seven, we learn what a human heart contains. In grade nine, we learn where all those parts are located. In college, we observe the different parts of a human heart. During our career, we experiment heart surgery and we become one of those people others depend on to help cure diseases and save lives.

History is what makes the human race special: what we do, what we did and what we are planning to do in the future.
History feeds the present, is the past and decides the future!

Just About Everything We Do Can Affect History

Another example is if we all stop eating, the entire human race would be extinct within a week or two. If we stop cleaning, more diseases can break out and this can end history as well as it is.
Another prominent example is the economic growth of this world. From small-time workers such as shopkeepers to big-time tycoons such as CEOs, all of them contribute to the economy in different ways which in turn affects the future of the world. Aside from economical issues, even political matters are involved. Average everyday people are involved submitting votes or applying for a status and in the political circle. This also affects how the country will grow in not just in an economical status but also in military welfare.

What this essay is conveying is that ceasing human’s daily actions will have a great effect in our history, which can cease history itself and stop the circle of life.

Not Everything Affects History

Of course, not all our actions have an impact on history. Some actions such as washing cars don't effect history at all. Of course, if everybody stops washing cars simultaneously, not only will the cars emit pollutants, they will become pollutants. And soon enough, they will rust away and the cars will fall apart.
In another case, if curtains stop producing, what difference will that make either other than the fact that the windows they were to cover would not be able to shield the light from filtering in?

Knowing that we contribute to creating new history for our future generations to learn as we have known how our ancestors lived during that time is a fool-proof way of enhancing historical knowledge.

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author avatar Neha Dwivedi
3rd Aug 2011 (#)

great thought SiddiQ......

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author avatar SiddiQ
3rd Aug 2011 (#)

Thanks for commenting!

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author avatar Carol Kinsman
3rd Aug 2011 (#)

Nice share....Thank you, SiddiQ.

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author avatar SiddiQ
3rd Aug 2011 (#)

You welcome! ;)

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author avatar Retired
3rd Aug 2011 (#)

Interesting read...thanks for sharing....

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author avatar SiddiQ
3rd Aug 2011 (#)

Anytime! ;)

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author avatar James R. Coffey
7th Aug 2011 (#)

Interesting, but too short . . .

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author avatar SiddiQ
8th Aug 2011 (#)

I feared that. I wanted to write more but apparently, nothing else came :( Thanks!

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author avatar Maria Malone
18th Aug 2011 (#)

Interesting, thank you.

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author avatar SiddiQ
19th Aug 2011 (#)

Thank you for commenting.

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author avatar D in The Darling
20th Aug 2011 (#)

Life is one huge bank. Whatever we do today, we'll find it tomorrow.

Thanks for sharing.

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author avatar SiddiQ
21st Aug 2011 (#)

Thanks, D!

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