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Precious and Thrown Away - Column by Vasu
Precious and Thrown Away
It is natural for us to want our off springs to have better opportunities and better conditions for life. All our emotional wellbeing is typically attached to our children and what happens with their life.
From an open-air living and working only for food, only with a few people as a clan, we have grown to 7.5 billion people. The basic instincts (I believe) are still intact on human reflections. We have formed countries (keep forming and redrawing or encroaching), religion(s), boundaries, governments (various forms of them) and more over leaders. One would have to guess if all 7.5 billion humans were one single clan (searching for a term here) how life would be monotonous.
One major psychological factor that we have developed is following one more human. This not simply to follow their path of success or righteousness, but simply follow the ideology for another person. In this time and age where we have every bit of information to appreciate and understand the minute by minute happenings in the world, we still are ideologically tied to what we call as leaders.
While our history is full of people who have set notable examples of life, teachings and practices we also have a great deal of leaders who have tried to influence on our nuances of fear and future. Why we behold to any fear is really out of the observable human reaction. We are all fully capable of making our own decisions, and whatever environment we are a part of we have a choice to our own wellbeing. In 2017, we continue to behold our thoughts to others. We also look at great wealth creators give away all their fortunes to betterment of fellow humans, we also look at leaders driving their followers into things what we really don’t need to inflict on each other. So much disparity on the same earth and same world, and same human beings.
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