10 Life lessons we should learn from the Kerala floods.

Beginning in July 2018, severe floods affected the south Indian state of Kerala, due to unusually high rainfall during the monsoon season. It was the worst flooding in Kerala in nearly a century. Over 483 people died, 14 are missing. At least a million people were evacuated, mainly from Chengannur, Pandanad, Aranmula, Aluva, Chalakudy, Kuttanad […]

Beginning in July 2018, severe floods affected the south Indian state of Kerala, due to unusually high rainfall during the monsoon season. It was the worst flooding in Kerala in nearly a century. Over 483 people died, 14 are missing. At least a million people were evacuated, mainly from Chengannur, Pandanad, Aranmula, Aluva, Chalakudy, Kuttanad and Pandalam. All 14 districts of the state were placed on red alert. According to the Kerala government, one-sixth of the total population of Kerala had been directly affected by the floods and related incidents. The Indian government had declared it a Level 3 Calamity, or “calamity of a severe nature”.It is the worst flood in Kerala after the great flood of 99 that happened in 1924.

Here is a list of 10 life lessons which we can learn from the Kerala Flood.

1: Never ever mess with Nature, it will sooner or later answer you back.2: No matter how much you trust people, they will always betray you at some point in life.

2:  No matter how much you trust people, they will always betray you at some point of life.3: Be grateful each day, tomorrow is unpredictable.

3: Be grateful each day, tomorrow is unpredictable.

4: Religion, caste, politics are useless during a catastrophe! The religion of humanism shall exist forever.


5: Whether it’s Kashmir or Kanyakumari, Indian defense force is there for you.

6: No matter what you do, people will always criticise you.


7: There are unsung heroes everywhere!


8: Never abuse, criticise, troll anyone. You never know who will be there for your help when you are in a trouble.


9: Indian media always sucks.


10: Love your Neighbours.
They are the one who will always be there to help you out in case of an emergency or calamity.

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