The change begins with you and gradually reaches everyone. Together, we can.
We want to live our life according to our wishes. We don’t appreciate if someone commands, advice or tells us to bring changes in our life. We sometimes even disobey the government, the bureaucracy, and rules, when they restrict us from something! However, for our nation’s betterment, we do need to bring an end to our bad habits and embrace good ones. We ourselves only can bring about this change. So, here are some ways to begin and step towards a responsible you.
- We believe our family to be our world. However, we turn our heads when someone else’s child is being harassed! This should not be the case and the right way is to help each other when the time comes. Take the responsibility of treating your neighbours, your fellowmen as your own and lend your hand when there’s need.
- Keep the surroundings clean. Avoid spitting in public places and put an end to open defecation. Try disposing the plastic waste in the allotted bins and not openly on the streets!
- Drive carefully. Instead of cursing the RTO laid rules, you should infuse a safety sense in your mind. We witness so many accidents that turn fatal. The truth is that no money or apologies can ever compensate a life.
- Don’t ever support or tolerate violence against women. May it is in your family, your neighbours or your society, raise your voice when a woman is abused. Real men don’t victimize women.
- When injustice prevails, use all your strength to fight for the right and let the truth win. Do not let money or power overrule your conscience. Your life succeeds when you lead with what is right.
- A way to add meaning to your life is to serve humanity. Let all the money, status, fame and materialism fade away for a while. Use your strength and success to bring light to the dark. Serve the needy with a little, it means a lot to them.
- Celebrate together. Give up the mental conflicts of the past and smile at the present. Greet people with love and respect. Religion, caste, nationality are not your real identity. Your true identity is your heart.
Follow these little yet meaningful ways for a humanitarian approach. Change is gradual, but it has to start now. So, instead of building walls around you, open your arms for your fellowmen and knit the world into one family. The change begins with you and gradually reaches everyone. Together, we can.