Short Paragraph on Civilization

Civilization means refinement of manner, improved arts, learning, and physical and moral culture. It implies the proper and an ordered way of living, so that our body, mind, and soul may develop. It means social organization. settled government, and fixed laws.

Compare a civilized man with a rude savage, and you will understand the difference. The civilized man leads an active, healthy, and refined life. His surroundings are neat and orderly, his dress is comfortable and beautiful, and his relations with his fellow men are friendly and social. His mind is developed, and he can think of the past and the future, and he is always devising means for further progress. The savage, on the other hand, is dirty, lazy. thoughtless, cruel, has no sense of duty or beauty; in fact, he cannot think at all. He lives in rudely fashioned huts or caves, and is satisfied with what he has, and what he is. A civilized man is progressive, and lives a higher life. A savage, on the other hand, lives a life not much better than that of a brute.

Human progress has been slow, and has been the result of wants. Necessity is the mother of invention. As man advanced, he felt new needs, and it was in order to satisfy these needs that he invented new things. The object of civilization is to make life more noble and more beautiful.

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Agriculture was the first step towards civilization. Living in cities and towns led to a sense of social duties and obligations, and mutual co-operation. Nevertheless, a civilized person is far more respected than.

Human progress has been slow, and has been the result of wants. Necessity is the mother of invention. As man advanced, he: felt new needs, and it was in order to satisfy these needs that he invented new things. The object of civilization is to make life more noble and more beautiful.

Agriculture was the first step towards civilization. Living in cities and towns led to a sense of social duties and obligations, and mutual co-operation.

The ancient Pakistani civilization, which, without neglecting our material needs, cared more for the spirit was a better type than that which has been developed in the West. The truest test of civilization is whether the people are happy under it. Wealth and outward grandeur are not the only tests of a civilized country, but we must look to the people, their character and ideals. If they are brave, frank, hospitable. sympathetic, neat and clean, high-minded and noble, they are civilized, otherwise, not though they may be rich.

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