Monday, May 5, 2008

Indian population minus one!

Ramesh wanted to adopt and make Swathi an elder sister
Meera concorded and elders in the family agreed
A baby boy was adopted and Ramesh/Meera were extremely happy
For they contributed to one less number in the Indian population!

16 comments:

Rayees Ahamed said...

:)

wow that is really cool :) ...



something that has to be kept in mind is that some of the contraceptive methods including pills result in the death of human embryos (mostly by human errors like improper pills intake) eventually ending in thousands of apparent murders...

Prashanth said...

Right move!

SK said...

:--)) how do u come up with such stuff??
interesting.

PREETI said...

I've alwayz wantred to adopt a child...And im pretty sure i will... :)

Ela said...

minus one illa bhaa...could be quite a lot...think of the future population that the uborn child could create!

Anyway new and unique POV regarding this matter!

Rayees Ahamed said...

what about adopting an Old age (thaatha or paati) from an old age home or from those homeless ones ...

V said...

that's one way to look at it... but do we really need a reason to adopt?

maxdavinci said...

ah nice!

Arun Sundar said...

Rayees,
Thanks. Adopting old age people might not work as they have their own preferences unlike babies. It'd be best to offer help/donate to existing old age homes.

Prashanth,
You remember it, when you plan for the second kid AND if you are at India then. If you are at US, the table is all u'rs to play ;)

SK,
Idleness at work perhaps! If I look at the ceiling and think about India's population, her traffic, pollution some 20 years down the line, a strong chill runs down my spine. Adoption is definitely one of the slow-yet-sure solution. Needs a serious thought though!

Preeti,
I'd be proud of you then :)

Ela,
Point taken. But it all starts with 'minus one' first. Then depending on the procreating potentiality of the 'otherwise-born-kid', we could calculate the 'minus x' value. ;)

V,
A reason is indeed not needed! But more than the satisfaction of the adoption itself, the fact that it contributes to the economy/country makes it all the more reasonable.

Max,
Hmmm...Isn't it?!

The Maverick Blog said...

Are these stories or real happenings in someone's life? Any ways, its good :)

Gayatri said...

sounds too ideal don't you think?

vidhya said...

Nice thought...

Arun Sundar said...

Mave,
Wish it were all real happenings in someone's life.

Gayatri,
I think. Especially the 'elders agreeing' part!


Vidhya,
Thank you.

tekybala said...

Hats off! to ramesh.....

Arun Sundar said...

Tekybala,
I thought...for me!

:)

*~*Sameera*~* said...

Ha ha,that's cool! :)

Wish more people thought that way.