Bad day is another day of life
Greeting everyone ,
How are you? I hope you have a good day today that better than yesterday.
NO ELECTRIC IS BETTER THAN NO WATER
If you ask me , which one is okay between no electricity and no water . I ll choose no of them is okay . But if you insist to make me choose which one is better , i ll choose no electricity is much better than no water . Too bad , i guess this answer is not what we really get in real life because it has been 3 days we dont have water at home.
Some neighbourhood taking illegal water from fire hydrant.
Well , it not because there is no water provided but the authority is cleaning the pump house at water source in our area. Its not just in our place but most of the nearby area which mean there was about 5 district have low water pressure. At first i didnt know about this , because i dont see any notice or announcement made in media social (well , media social is fastest news now a day) . But , after checking the net , i found out that they ll lower the water pressure for cleaning . They still increase the water pressure a little at night. I feel lucky because we was in ground floor , so the water pleasure is just enough to reach our tap.
Worst thing come when the rain come 2 days ago. Its not just regular rain that just giving the water on earth but it was non stop heavy rain not just in our area but most place in the state. Some area was being flooded by water , and some even worst when the reservoir tank was exploded because the water overflow and i guess the repair will take weeks . These incident give many place get flash flood .
Due the raining and flash flood , i think the cleaning become complected with the mud coming and stuck at the water pump. I think the water will become normal longer that what they have put in their notice. I guess i need to wait for a few more day so the water was working normally. TT.
LESSON OF THE DAY
It doesnt mean that my life is much worst than you or your life is worsen than me . It just how life work . Every of us has different story of life . Bad or good , we have to live our life because that mean we are living. Nothing more important in live than breathing and living . The gold , money and fame is nothing when we are not alive . Let's us embrace our live by continue living our live. It's ok to slow down , it's ok to be sad and it's ok to be feel alone but dont stay there for the rest of our life because along the way of life , hope will come and who know it might give us the chance that we want. This is what i told myself again and again .
Yes I agree too, If ai get to choose between the two I would choose water for we can survive without electricity. The cavemen didn't have power but they survived so can we.😍😉
Yes , without water its very hard to survive . The water is still low pressure right now. Like i say , i lucky because my home is at ground floor and the water can reach my tap sometimes. !LOLZ
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No sé que qué lugar del mundo vives (aun), y comprendo lo incómodo de estar si agua y si luz; aunque en tu caso es que te ponen a elegir una de las dos.
En mi país hay regiones donde el agua de tubería puede pasar semanas o meses —por no decir años0— sin aparecer. Vivo en Venezuela y por el descuido en el mantenimiento, muchas ciudades padecen la carencia de agua. Y en cuanto a la electricidad, es lo mimos: deficiencia.
Yo vivo en una ciudad entre ríos: Orinoco al norte y Caroní al sur y aun así hay lugares que no tienen agua por mucho tiempo en sus hogares y todos sabemos los problemas que genera en la salud, deteriorando consecuentemente la calidad de vida.
El río Caroní es caudalos y es el que tiene las represas que generan la energía electríca para la industria pesada del sector primario y mas de 75% de la energía para el resto dela nación y esos sistemas de generación y distribución de la electricidad, también carecen de mantenimiento.
En mi ciudad no padecemos los problemas de energía como si lo padecen los habitantes de Maracaibo, en el Estado Zulia, pero lo padecemos.
Ví durante años a muchos vecinos tomar agua del único hidrante que hay en todo el sector porque no les llegaba agua a sus casas desde hacía unos 6-7 años y que creían que la tubería matríz que les surte agua, estaban tapadas por acumulación de óxido. Mientras que otros antes que ellos en la misma calle, instalaron bombas de 1 HP para halar el agua que venía sin importarles si los demás recibían o no.
Son temas sensibles para muchos que no conocen nuestra realidad, pero que a nosotros nos han hecho fuertes de carácter en comparación con otros ciudadanos del mundo. Esto es normal acá, pero no es lo correcto.
Y muchos sabemos lo que se siente que pareca que todo se normaliza (en cuanto a los servicios) y de repente comiencen a fallar de forma constante y por tiempos prolongados. Pero estamos acostumbrados a la ineficiencia gubernamental, porque es eso, corrupción e ineficiencia. La mayoría del talento humano cualificado de mi país y que trabajó en esas empresas, se ha ido a otros paises, huyendo de la persecución gubernamental, que los tilda de traidores y los mete presos, por cada mala decisión que toman los de arriba. Y solo están buscando mejor calidad de vida para los suyos, incluyendo a los que dejan atrás (acá en la nación)... porque se sacrifican para enviar remesas y ayudar...
Yo acá estoy nervioso porque avisaron de un nuevo mantenimiento al sistema de bombeo de agua en gran parte de la ciudad y vamos a tener carencias no sé por cuanto tiempo y hay tres niños en la casa y dos féminas adultas (todo el día)
Lo dos servicios, en una sociedad progesista que busca mejorar continuanmente son imprescindibles... ¡Y EL INTERNET! ni se diga... Así que comprendo cómo te sientes, porque nosotros practicamos continuamente a que *"es solo un día mas... Pronto esto pasará..."
Pero es solo un día mas.. Que no importa si es malo... Porque hemos tenido tantos malos, que no vale la pena comparar un día, cuando 2016 y 2017 la mayoría de la población (no tengo datos estadísticos) padeció la mayor hambruna de la historia de nuestra nación.
Nadie sabe, cuantos murieron desnutridos (sin importar la edad)... Por eso, 1 día es solo un día mas de fortalecimiento de caracter y temperamento #ModoResiliente.
Sigue hermosamente guapetón.
I don't know where in the world you live (yet), and I understand how uncomfortable it is to be without water and without electricity; although in your case you have to choose one of the two.
In my country there are regions where piped water can go for weeks or months -not to say years- without appearing. I live in Venezuela and due to neglect in maintenance, many cities suffer from lack of water. And as for electricity, it's the same thing: deficiency.
I live in a city between rivers: Orinoco to the north and Caroní to the south and even so there are places that do not have water for a long time in their homes and we all know the problems it generates in health, consequently deteriorating the quality of life.
The Caroní River is the river that has the dams that generate electricity for the heavy industry of the primary sector and more than 75% of the energy for the rest of the nation and these systems of generation and distribution of electricity also lack maintenance.
In my city we do not suffer from energy problems as do the inhabitants of Maracaibo, in the State of Zulia, but we do.
For years I saw many neighbors drinking water from the only hydrant in the whole sector because they had not been getting water to their houses for 6-7 years and they believed that the mother pipe that supplies them with water was clogged due to rust accumulation. While others before them on the same street, installed 1 HP pumps to pull the water that came without caring if the others received it or not.
These are sensitive issues for many who do not know our reality, but they have made us strong in character compared to other citizens of the world. This is normal here, but it is not the right thing to do.
And many of us know what it feels like when it seems that everything is normalized (in terms of services) and suddenly they start to fail constantly and for long periods of time. But we are used to government inefficiency, because that is what it is, corruption and inefficiency. Most of the qualified human talent in my country who worked in those companies, have gone to other countries, fleeing from government persecution, which labels them as traitors and puts them in prison for every bad decision made by those at the top. And they are only looking for a better quality of life for their own, including those they leave behind (here in the country)... because they sacrifice themselves to send remittances and help...
Here I am nervous because they announced a new maintenance of the water pumping system in most of the city and we are going to have shortages for I don't know how long and there are three children at home and two adult women (all day).
The two services, in a progesist society that seeks to improve continuously are essential ... And the INTERNET! not to mention... So I understand how you feel, because we practice continuously that *"it is just another day.... Soon this will pass... "
But it's just another day... That it doesn't matter if it's bad... Because we have had so many bad ones, that it is not worth comparing one day, when 2016 and 2017 the majority of the population (I don't have statistical data) suffered the biggest famine in the history of our nation.
Nobody knows, how many died malnourished (regardless of age).... So, 1 day is just one more day of character and temperament strengthening #ModoResilience.
Keep on beautifully handsome.
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:O a very long comment. Longger than my other post. Keep it up with the spirit my friend. And I agree with you with the malnourished. Its a sad facts.
No te preocupes por ellos, que ya no sufren. Cumplieron lo que debían y partieron.
Y no te sientas triste por lo que lees. Nosotros los venezolanos, aun contando nuestras penas, reímos sin parar, conviertiendo ese sentimiento en una especie de tierna alegría.
En serio... Cuando conozcas a uno de mis paisanos, pregúntale y verás...
Saludos y bendiciones.
Thank you, bro...
Don't worry about them, they are no longer suffering. They did what they had to do and left.
And don't feel sad about what you read. We Venezuelans, even counting our sorrows, laugh non-stop, turning that negative feeling into a kind of tender joy.
Seriously... When you meet one of my countrymen, ask him and you will see....
Greetings and blessings.
I would really love to meet a Venezuelans. Learning about your country and cultures, maybe learning about the local folklore and beliefs. Its an exciting experience to learn new things right? I wish you all the best and have a good day my friend :)
Wow brother... We have received many videos and information that mention Japanese students interpreting emblematic themes and not only that, but traditional music, just as we do it or maybe better. You have interpreted the gaita zuliana, the calipso guayanés, the joropo llanero (that we share with Colombia) and I don't know which other one.... But you have.
In my city, I understand that Japanese engineers were involved in the construction of one or more dams and the installation of several iron ore processing plants.
Hence their interest in learning Venezuelan music in those 70's-80's and maybe more of the last century and taking it with them to your land at the end of the contracts.
Pleased to greet you once again
Thank you for sharing this fascinating information about the connection between Japanese students and Venezuelan music. It's incredible to see how different cultures can come together and appreciate each other's artistic expressions. The involvement of Japanese engineers in the construction of dams and iron ore processing plants in Venezuela provides an interesting context for their interest in the local music. It's inspiring to see how music can be a bridge between different cultures, and how it can travel across borders and inspire people in new and unexpected ways. Thank you for the insight, and it's a pleasure to greet you as well. :)
Thanks to stop by my friend.
you are welcome my friend
Thanks for your long thought and opinion plus suggestion . I really appreciate that , i realise that the problem that i meet is still small compare what you face daily in Venezuela . I pray the authority will do something to fix the problem in future so the world can become a better place to stay especially for younger generation. Cheers.
No water I die. No lektrik I die too coz money source from there. If want to choose one.. water la..money I borrow u first !LOLZ
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No electric sometimes ok jg la . Earth hour. :p. No water , haiya .. mau pg tandas pun berfikir byk kali.
Very interesting article. I love looking at that picture of the lamp you showed me.
Thanks so much @mnurhiver. :). Thanks for stopping by . Cheers
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