Time passes by and we don’t even understand how we grow from a kid to teen to a grown up.And in this passage of time we learn lots of lessons from our mistakes,we experience loads of emotional events in our life,we face obstacles and failures,we taste the sweetness of success but all this while what most of forget to learn and imbibe is ‘humanity’.Majority of us achieve the heights of professionalism but do we achieve something in the field of humanity?
How many of us have thought about the small kid who sits in the pool of mud at a construction site where his parents have been slogging day and night? Have we ever thought of our maid’s baby boy or the gardener’s daughter who helps out her father in sowing the seeds just to make our lawns beautiful and colorful?
All of us have big plans for our birthday, party, disc, hang out, everything. But did we ever think about spending some moments with the orphans or these down trodden kids who are most of the time found playing with mud and scrap? I’ve been observing a whole lot of kids ranging from a few months to five years at the new building that is being constructed in my college and whenever I see them I think how could I ever help these kids. I’m so lucky to be at such a better position. I have good surroundings, good food, good clothes, everything is the best for me.

We have progressed so far, technically but I don’t think we have progressed mentally. The labour class is still treated like ‘shudras’ in the Vedic age even today. Why? Aren’t they human beings? Till today people don’t let servants enter from the main gate. People don’t think twice before buying themselves new apparels but why don’t they do the same for the poverty stricken people. India is still a poor country. People say that if they start giving others, how are they going to survive themselves? But in this way will we ever be able to develop? Will this mentality change? Indians are always talking about caste and religion. Every point starts with religion and ends with religion but doesn’t religion teach us to ‘share and care’ ?
Wake up guys. We want Indian Govt to do it all. We blame leaders and politicians, the police and the staff but when have we thought of ‘taking a step ourselves’? If the Government hasn’t done its duty then there is a question that arises and that is “HAVE WE DONE OUR DUTY AS CITIZENS?”
Come to the second thing because being a citizen is secondary but “BEING HUMAN” is PRIMARY. So do answer this question first “HAVE WE DONE OUR DUTY AS HUMANS?”
IF NOT THEN “WHY NOT?”
And if we couldn’t do it till now we still have time, don’t we? WE CAN and WE WILL..
IT’ TIME TO RISE UP AND DO OUR WORK..AND WHEN WE START WORKING, EVERYONE WILL FOLLOW SUIT
IT’S ALL ABOUT BRINGING THE HUMAN INSIDE YOU
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7 Replies to “BEING HUMAN”

  1. We want Indian Govt to do it all…but at least we can expect our ministers and government servants to utilize public money judiciously…and of course not eating it away…making good citizen and human should be the prime goal of our education…congrats for having human concern…rare phenomenon these days…

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