Tale of A Fishless Fisherman

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Tale Of  An Indian Fishermen :

A Modern day situation remembering me the story ” Gessler Brothers “, a short story by  John Galsworthy.

Behind this particular picture there is a colorless story of agony and pain that the colourful world never understand. While sitting back in your home eating your meals with a curry made of fish is a habit of millions of people around our globe . We kept on consuming fish for centuries and have we ever thought about a day when the sea went dry without any fish, a day when fish become a part of our history books. Let me make it straight that the day is not so long.
            The  posted picture was taken on a day when I went out for the beach one evening  .It was usual that I used see a lot of small local fishing boats in sea fishing in evening sun .But today I saw many of them were on the beach. Later I came to know about how our western costal area is suffering from fish shortage. During my childhood days it was a treasure chest with large variety of fishes.
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  Modernisation in fishing and improper methods of fishing are the two major factors that lead to this situation along with change of weather conditions. Simply telling we are all a part of this in one way or another.
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Readers it’s just a starting ..and.. It is a warning … For the coming days .
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24 thoughts on “Tale of A Fishless Fisherman

  1. It is scary…but many are opening their eyes and becoming aware, and deciding to take action, even if only personal. Whether it is sharing information, living a simpler, cleaner life, helping the Earth in all ways big and small. Thank-you for sharing.

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  2. A sad tale, but true. Millions of fish have washed ashore dead on the west coast of South America. Best guess, the problem is man-made pollution… or a rise in ocean water temperatures. Nothing of current happenings indicates that man, as a species, is ready and willing to do anything about this problem, ergo, it is going to get much worse.

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