Cleanlines is Next to Godliness

An unclean environment is an insult to the Creator. Everything that God has created is beautiful, and nature has in it the power to follow the norms of hygiene and sanitation. It is only man who makes his environment dirty and, very often, and for reasons best known to himself, is happy to keep it that way.
When you go to a place of religious worship, don’t you bathe first ? Don’t you put on your clothes? Remember, this world is our temple and the first norm of cleanliness that we must follow is that of personal hygiene.This involves keeping one’s body, clothes, belongings and home clean. This prevents diseases and prolongs life and its quality. It also makes the mind fresh and open to do better work.
Cleanliness must also extend toward the neighbourhood and the environment in general. For this, one must develop clean social and civic habits. It is wrong to spit on the roads, urinate in public or throw litter anywhere you please. By doing such things we are defacing the property that belongs to us -our nation. We are also spoiling this wonderful place that God  has given us to live on -our earth