Author: Hemendra

You have to do the things in order to get it done

We think about doing many things in life. We think about it whenever we are motivated by someone and something and encouraged. The act of thinking goes on and on but it never comes alive because we only think don’t do it. We spent so much time on thinking that the thinking process makes us tired, inundated and retired. Therefore, the work we think we will do never happens.

 

After some days we leave the idea of thinking and doing because we have not done anything we wished to do. So, how can we be able to take tackle this over thinking habit and leaving our dreams behind?

 

The only way is to do things one by one. Like an hourglass from which grains drop one by one at a time. Remember that the grain doesn’t fall as a whole at the same time. So, we have to think about one thing at a time and act upon it to complete it. Think about today, each day, every day. It is truly said that no one has sunk under the burden of today. Think about what you can and will do, accomplish today and act upon it.

 

As the life can throw upon us many problems at the same time and test us. We have to do things one by one. You have to be persistent in your work no matter what. Throw away all the negative thoughts and afraid. Act now and don’t stop until you get a work, dream done.

 

The famous Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras used to teach his disciples to live for the day. Living myriad moments at a time is the root of human miseries. Learning to think about one thing and acting on one thing and avoiding all things at once is the key to happiness and successful life.

The rape epidemic in India: It’s causes and cures (Hang the rapists).

It is an undeniable fact that Rape is an epidemic in India now. No day is passed without the grim news of horrendous crime like rape and murder. Rape has become so common and widespread that no women feel safe in India even in their own homes. Women are not safe anywhere from her workplace to the bedroom. We seem to get immunized by the news of rapes as every day, every minute a woman is molested or raped in India.

 

India is an ancient civilization where women were given the place of deities and worshipped. But in due course of time, the different factors like globalization and the internet has completely changed our mindset. We see and feel everything in the terms of material terms and human value and morality is lost somewhere. Children are raped and even the oldest grandmother had to pay the price for living in a country like India. It is not a small, scattered incident but an evil crime that is going on every minute, every day.

 

The following steps are to take if we want this crime to end:

Hang the rapist: First and foremost to immediately to bring down the rapes, the Supreme Court of India should pass a law to hang the rapists irrespective of their status and power. It has already made a law to hang the rapists of the children. But it is the need of the hour to make a law to hang all the rapists whether they rape an

 

Provide adequate sex education: Proper sex education is very essential in order to curb out this problem because without it the youth can divert from their right path in life and they easily became the prey of others. In our school and colleges, an adequate amount of sex education is not still given and the parents are either ignorant themselves or they are ashamed. Sex has become taboo in our society and talking about it is prohibited everywhere from home to school. So, they have to acquire the wrong concept about sex and hence develop the wrong conception about it.

 

Legalize prostitution in whole India: It may be sound ridiculous and immoral but there is no other way. The government should regulate the brothels like many western countries through which they will be able to earn revenue and the sex starving nation will calm down. Sex is a natural thing and we have to act like a matured human being. Paid sex is not a bad alternative than raping and murdering innocent people. But the government have to take a strong stance against any illegal and forced prostitution.

Supreme Court of India questions second chance for those left out of NRC Assam: A second chance is must be given to prove their citizenship.

The Supreme Court asked the Union Government whether it is giving a second chance to those 40 lakh people who were excluded from the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam by allowing them to produce fresh documents to prove their citizenship. The apex court referred to the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) proposed by the Government, which allows a claimant for Indian Citizenship to ‘change his legacy’ by submitting additional document at the ‘claim and objections’ stage.

 

The Court has asked the government why it wants to tinker with the family tree and re-doing the verification process? But the court is also agreed that it is dealing with “human problems of a huge magnitude”.

The Supreme Court can’t decide whether to allow the SOP by the government. But if we see it from the humanity point of view then everyone should get a second chance to prove their citizenship of India. Yes, it may sound anti-National and weird but it is the truth that many people has used legacies of others due to confusion and lack of understanding.

 

Prateek Hajela has said that reopening of family trees would risk the possibility of “trading of legacies or meeting of minds”. According to them giving a second chance would only result in the trading of legacies. He is right. The opening of the family tree will be an enormous task and there will be the misuse of this opportunity.

 

Therefore, it is the need of the hour to let the LRCR, CRCR, and DRCR take the decision whether a person is eligible for submitting new documents to change his legacy. Because in some cases the same family may use different legacies due to confusion. Everyone should not be allowed to submit new legacies especially those who have surrendered their legacy. It is a harsh reality that most of the people from those of 40 lakh will be able to prove their citizenship. Only a fraction will be declared as illegal foreigners and may be detained.