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Good Morning everyone, today, I, Arun Sharma, is grateful to stand before you and speak on the topic, ‘Snakes —a beautiful creation of God, an object of our love and not hatred’. While one would like to think that snakes are evil creatures due to their venomous bite and their association with evil in culture, there is no such thing as ‘good’ or ‘evil’ in the natural world, as every living organism exists on the planet with an equal right to live and risk of death. In that sense, snakes have inhabited this planet for a far longer time than us humans, and despite their negative cultural image, they are revered in many cultures, especially Hinduism. Thus, certifying snakes as objects of hatred only shows our narrow-minded ways and takes us away from seeing the beauty that lies in every organism.

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