Let us create a ripple effect of positive energy.
Good deeds are contagious. Instead of laying the blame on the imperfections of our system and the failings of the incumbent government, we can play our part, however small it may be.
We can start from our homes. Be helpful to our parents and siblings. Be supportive in household matters. We can develop a sense of responsibility in ourselves. A mere act of kindness like offering help to our mothers while making our beds or clearing tables will ripple out into all parts of our life. This goes for both boys and girls. Availability of domestic servants have made us lazy. We’re so indolent that we often shout for a glass of water and, at times, scold our servants for not replying promptly.
These acts seem insignificant, but they’ll create a sense of responsibility and develop patience and endurance toward our household workers, traits that are lacking in youth.
Consequently, there will be small incremental changes in our personality. We’ll be disciplined in our lives. On jobs and in everyday matters, we’ll stop procrastinating, work efficiently and the people around us will also get affected by this positive energy.
Bickering and haggling with daily wage earners yields minimal gains. So, due share ought to be given to them, for they constitute the deprived segment of society.
We get frustrated at a traffic jam and respond harshly to traffic wardens. We may lose temper due to conflicting thoughts simmering in our minds and often insult the guards helping us to park a car in front of the shops. They all are humans as we are.
We should be polite in our conversation with daily wage earners. Bickering and haggling with daily wage earners yields minimal gains. So, due share ought to be given to them, for they constitute the deprived segment of society.
They’d steer the ship of life like a captain who has no fear of being drowned.
These habits get entrenched in our personality since we’re young, so we need to incorporate patience and endurance in our kids. It would be beneficial for them in the future. If they are ever, in jeopardy, they can endure that difficult time and maintain balance in their practical and personal life. They’d steer the ship of life like a captain who has no fear of being drowned.