Love is Sex? Or Sex is Love?

It is a big question because when we are in love with some opposite gender our heart and mind wishes to have physical relation with that person. The activity of physical relations is termed as Sex. When anybody passes through physical relations activity a very emotional feeling flows through heart, mind and whole body of a person and it may be treated as love.

The other angle of love and sex depend son age of person’s involved in the relation. If they are new young teenagers they will have more attraction towards physical relations or simply say Sex because of hormonal changes in their body and it is a new world for them however if both partners are of middle age group they will be also wishing for physical relations as well as emotional bonding between them. If partners are in their 40’s they have more emotional and social bonding between them and less physical relations and if partners are in 50’s then there are more than 90% social and emotional bonding and only 10% chances of physical relations because in 50’s normally hormones and body of human being are on declining path and energy levels is less than young age teenagers. So we can say that age is a very big factor deciding about LOVE AND SEX. As per age of persons involved it has different meaning and definition of LOVE AND SEX for them.


In today fast moving world of metro cities normally nuclear family exist and in villages also culture of nuclear families is common but some big families exist as a exception. In nuclear families husband, wife and their small studying children’s are members of family. When children’s goes out of home for higher studies and then for search of career only husband and wife will remain in this nuclear family. The important point is how much values any child got from his family environment whether good or bad. When any topic good, bad, social, private, etc. are discussed children’s observe this type of discussion between parents. They go through listening talks of family friends and also now a days television(TV), internet and mobile makes a important impression on their minds. In today’s busy life do we get time to give good moral values to our children’s? We hardly get any time to visit temple regularly and not able to pray in front of God in morning because husband and wife both are working. When we ourselves not spare time for prayers and spiritual activities at home how our children’s will move forward in life without religious thoughts and spiritualism. As spiritualism not give us mental piece in time of problem but also generates courage in a person. How we will inculcate good moral values in them? Is it the sole responsibilities of school and its teachers?
As per my personal views Television, Internet and mobiles must be put to use in right direction and if good moral TV shows and spiritual channels seen by the whole family it will make a very right impact on the next generation. Also internet has lot of moral and spiritual text, audio, graphics and videos which can be studied and seen online by whole family. The same rule applies to mobile also.
If possible every family member must try to visit their place of worship at least once a week and take children’s with them so that our children’s get good moral values.  If we give good values to our next generation only then our society will be a good society.


Suicide is a social problem increasing everyday in our society because of busy and fast life. Peoples don’t get enough time to know the problems of each other or in their surroundings. Each person is busy in completing his/her responsibilities of day to day life. Students commit suicide because of failure in exam and sometimes due to breakup with their so called girl friends.
A working person commits suicide when he/she fails to perform in their service or business. Financial failures are also a very important factor for suicide problem. In India our farmers also commit suicide because of loans, monsoon problem, crop diseases etc.
The biggest havoc happens when whole family takes this blunt step to save them from social insult because they are not able to meet their minimum living requirement and here we need to search the solution against theory of “Only best fittest will survive”.
Crime against women’s in our society forces them for suicide when our society, administration, government and justice system delays the help to them and many times fails to punish the guilty. Victim takes this step only when he faces social boycott from family, friends and relatives.
To stop the problem of suicide interrelations between every human beings must be made very strong so that whenever anybody feels any wrong kind of pressure he/she may immediately discuss it with the other people in their surroundings. We must make sure that if anyone in our network is in problem, help must reach them on urgent basis in form of physical, mental, social and financial levels so that the problem of suicide can be stopped. Government should also start counseling for this problem by providing help through internet, toll free telephone lines, counseling centre’s etc.  Our NGO’s must come forwards and every individual must be attentive towards their surroundings to remove and stop these types of accidents.


Morning walk is a very healthy exercise as it gives us fresh air. Walking increase oxygen levels in blood and all joints of body gets movement.  Also we meet many peoples and exchanges wishes with them which keep our mind and heart happy. So many people’s regularly goes for morning walk and among them mostly retired senior citizens.  Few of the service class peoples also goes for morning walk but think about the lower class/labour class who wake up early in morning and cook his food and then moves to duty. Also think about a daily passenger who has to catch his bus/train in morning and reach his/her workplace after 2-4 hrs. journey and return home in night and he/she will be late off-course. When will he get time to walk? Now take a case of some peoples who woke up at 3.00 a.m and move to vegetable market and after hard working of 8 hrs. kWhen these of person will go for morning walk?

Basically on people with enough money can only enjoy the life and live for long time while peoples who are hard physical workers or poor people’s generally had small span of life and passes away early. PLEASE SUGGEST SOME VIEWS AND IDEAS WHICH CAN IMPROVE THE LIFE-STANDARD OF ABOVE CATEGORY OF PEOPLES.


Traffic jams on circular road is increasing everyday like anything if you need to move during 9:00 a.m to 5.00 pm from Rohtak gate to Dinod Gae. The movement of traffic is very slow and long lines from Rohtak Gate to Meham Gate chowk, near chidiya ghar more, hansi gate chowk, Ghanta Ghar Chowk, Dinod Gate chowk is literally unbearable and around 2.00 p.m when students of different schools like K.M Sr. Sec. School, Halwasiya Vidya Vihar, Bal Bhawan, Baptist Sr. Sec. School leaves the campus the situations becomes bad to worst. Traffic lights installed on these chowks don’t work on regularly basis. Movement of big vehicles during peak hours must be banned and local administration and traffic police must co-ordinate with school authorities to remove congestion. Illegal parking on circular road and unwanted stops of autorickshaws, local jeepwalas on each and every nooks is main reason behind the traffic jams. All heavy passenger vehicles plying from nearby villages have made their stand on all main chowks and no action is taken on all  culprits like autorickshaws, jeep walas, local bus and sometimes even Haryana Roadways buses.
All the main banks have their branches on Ghanta Ghar chowk and no arrangement of parking is done by banks or traffic authorities for visitors of banks. Paid parking facility for bank visitors at civil hospital area which has enough open place for the purpose may be started and spot near the main chowks needs to be identified and developed for stops of buses, autos and Jeepwalas. Strict action must be taken against violators of traffic rules.