How many times have you frowned upon the system? How many times have you been enraged by the corruption, the injustice of the land? How many times have you found faults with the system, criticised it? And how many times have you ever thought of making a difference?
Yes, you read it right, MAKING a difference.
Because, it is easy to criticise and find faults with the system. But it is very difficult to stand up, raise your voice above others and have yourself heard.
Most of you, at some point or the other in your lives, would have been furious and disgusted at the state of law and order, at the corruption, at the red-tapism, that have become an integral part of the Indian administrative machinery. Want a license? Want a bill passed? Just throw some money and see your work getting done in a jiffy. Wanna win the election? Throw some more money and buy votes! That is the greatness of the Indian “Democracy”!
You see how easy it is to rant on and on about the state of affairs. But what is certainly not easy is to stand up and be counted.
If you have problem with the system, get up and make a change. Like, if you want to see your city clean, then why hesitate in picking that piece of garbage and putting it in the bin? The same way, if you want a progressive, corruption-free, just system, then why hesitate in being a part of THAT very system?
And anyway, God knows we could do with some young blood in politics and judiciary!
So stop sitting and ranting, get up and BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE!
Well, now, if you are thinking what difference a single person can make, then my dear friend, what you are forgetting is that it is those small drops which make an ocean. If every person starts thinking that he or she can make a difference, then people will stop bowing down to the injustice. And it wll be these small droplets of change which will help bring about an ocean of change.
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