Saving the Earth

by Nikhil Basu Agarwal

Once upon a time the Solar family was very happy. Jupiter, Venus, Mercury and others were having party.

Suddenly, the Sun said to them, “You are enjoying yourselves, but you don’t think about your sister, Earth. The people who live on Earth are spoiling your sister. They are spreading pollution. They have even punctured the ozone layer around her. My ultraviolet rays are harming her. She is getting more and more damaged all the time.

All the other planets became angry. They decided to have a meeting with all the members of the Solar System the next day.

The next day at the meeting they decided that one of the asteroids would disguise himself as a human and go to Earth to check what is happening there.

The asteroid did as he was told. When he came back, Jupiter asked him whether what the Sun said was true. The asteroid said that everything was true.

The planets became furious with the residents of the Earth. To save their sister they made a plan. They caused flood, famine and other natural calamities on the Earth to teach a lesson to the human beings who were harming their sister Earth.

The people living on Earth were very worried. The asteroid disguised himself as a human again and went on to the Earth once more. He told the people on Earth what had happened and why they were facing such calamities.

The people on Earth were very ashamed of themselves. They apologized for their mistakes and promised to correct their ways in future. The asteroid went back to the planets and told them about the humans’ repentance.

The Sun and planets decided that they would stop the natural disasters and give human beings another chance. The humans promised that they would keep the Earth clean and tidy and would not pollute it again.

Once again the whole Solar family was happy.

Nikhil Basu Agarwal is a student of class VI at Saint Xavier’s School, Jaipur.

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Pakhi Joshi
    Aug 15, 2011 @ 09:10:31

    Very good well written and a very good story also it teach me some lesson

    Reply

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