Tuesday, March 20, 2012

A thing called change!


Change: a word that is deeply ingrained in the ways of this world. The Earth, the Sun, the Moon change their positions and we experience days and nights. And in these days and nights we see histories being made, civilizations being flourished. 

We witness the power of the nature to influence a change in the scorching heat, macabre clouds, bubbly blooms and feeble foliage.

We know nature can change things and situations at its will. We are off-springs of nature so the eagerness to bring about a change in the age and era that we live in is only natural. The human mind keeps on   thinking about change. After walking on all fours human mind thought of a change about walking on two, after roaming around buck naked for a while the human mind thought of a change about being wrapped in clothes.

So change has been integral to the thought process of human mind. Being a part of the human civilization I also dwell upon several situations that I want to experience a change.

We often see heads of two states playing one-upmanship game on the name of power. The main thing about this power is that it has a nuclear angle to it. The angry words, threatening vows complete the communication between the countries involved in this nuclear game. I want this situation to experience a change, where nations seem ever-ready to clear off each other in the name of nuclear.

People of this country follow a religion that teaches peace but turmoil is the destiny of this nation for past several decades. Its spiritual leader had to flee and its population had to take refuge in a neighboring country. I wish a change that with every bead of their rosary completing a circle; the dream of their return to the motherland gets near to them.

They are part of a magnanimous and one of the most successful democracies of the world, but their own countrymen couldn’t care less when they suffered the economic blockade for more than 100 days. When they were facing exorbitant prices of essential commodities and all sorts of problems related to survival, their countrymen were busy betting whether a sportsperson will reach a landmark in a particular match or not. I wish for a change in this situation. I want the rest of the country to stop and listen when a part of its yell and wail silently.

 This post is an entry to a contest being run by Indiblogger and Stayfree @ indiblogger.in. Go to   http://www.facebook.com/sftimetochange and be a part of change.

16 comments:

  1. vey well written. change is inevitable but we do have some changes that we have in our control. Nice thought.
    Glad to have found you at indiblogger. your newest follower and a regular visitor now
    cheers
    Kajal

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  2. Hey thanx for your wonderful words and welcome to my blog Kajal.

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  3. very well written.....nice post...all the best for the contest.

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  4. Thanx Seema Ji for your comment and wishes.

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  5. Awesome Write up Neeraj!. Change is needed in many areas in our democratic India. Happy following U. All the Best for the Contest

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    1. Yes your are very much right Christy. Hope the changes make our democracy a better system.

      Thanx for commenting and your wishes Christy.

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  6. your post always leave me thinking even after am back to my own blog after readin your posts...lovely just like always

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    1. Oh! that is a great complement coming from such a seasoned thinker.

      Thanx for your visit.

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  7. Neeraj, very thoughtful penning. I too hope, in unison, for the change you wish, to materialize. best wishes.

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    1. Thanx Promod Ji for visiting and commenting.

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  8. very well expresses Neeraj

    and yes, good luck with the contest :)

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    1. Thanx Sujatha for for your lovely comments.

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  9. Change is the only thing which is eternal. Philosophical mind in act. How mch ever we try to convince, the mind loves to be in the comfort zone and frets change.

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  10. Yes, you are right Sahana, the mind always loves the comfort zone and perhaps we also want it to love that.
    Thanx for visiting and commenting.

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