Quite often we hear the phrase: “purely not where they clean, but where they do not litter.” I fully agree with her. To cleanliness we are taught in school and at home from early childhood. Even when we went to kindergarten, we were constantly reminded that we cleaned the toys. After all, in a clean room, in a cozy room is much nicer to be. All these skills, received in childhood, will be useful to us in the future, and we will be able to pass them on to our children.
Cleanliness is a very useful skill. It also consists in regularly washing your hands. This will have a positive effect on our health. If we go home more often, in our room, then we will not only help our mother in her household chores, but we will also breathe fresh, clean air, which means we are less likely to hurt and upset our parents who are so worried about us.
At school, we are taught to clean various posters, a personal example of teachers. Subbotniks are held at the beginning and at the end of the year. We all go outside and clean the area next to the school. We collect garbage, rake fallen autumn leaves. After such events do not want to litter again. I just want to admire this purity.
The same goes for hiking in the forest. Sometimes with parents or with a class we leave on the nature. We try to keep the clearing always clean after us. We always extinguish the fire to the end, collect all the garbage, take it with us, and then throw it into a special urn in the city or on the road. After all, if there are so many debris seen on this place by the following vacationers, they will be very unpleasant. And most importantly, nature can take revenge for such a disrespectful attitude towards it. We need to respect nature, its beauty and then it will respond to us with reciprocity and will provide the most hospitable reception at any time of the year.