India being the seventh largest country in the world is a home to approximately 1.39 billion people. Out of the total population seventy-four percent of the people are educated.
What Does Education Aims At?
Education serves as a base for an individual. A stone when polished takes the shape of a precious gem. Similarly a person is born with raw skills which when polished with education takes the form of talent. This is what education aims at , to make an individual more responsible and polished in his work. What People Think Education Is?
We often think that education is the amount of degrees that a person holds .We often find people flaunting their knowledge in a completely normal conversation .They desire to show how well-educated they are .Many often people mistake well educated to being able to take advantages of their right . What Should A Well Educated Men Be Like ? No one is perfect and yet people strive to show off their knowledge . But in reality a well- educated man is the opposite. He never tries to show off his knowledge . He would never take advantage of the rights provided to him. He would always try his best to benefit others. He would not misuse his powers Where Does Our Education System Lack?
India experience a suicide rate of 12.90 % and most of them are at the age group of 18-25. The clear reason is pressure . Right from the age of six a child is labeled by his grades . The parents send their child to tuition and there they have to worry about their grades .During this age the child is just like a clay that can moulded in desired shape . During this age they should be taught things that would make them a better citizen . They should be taught about their country , or different ways to keep their environment clean, they should also be taught that males are allowed to cry and that females should be respected. If these values are taught from the very beginning we will surely see changes in our society. This is what sums up to be a proper education . And any one who posess such qualities are considered to be “well educated”
I respect all religions, but I’m not a deeply religious person. But I try and live life in the right way, respecting other people. I wasn’t brought up in a religious way, but I believe there’s something out there that looks after you.
The most debated topic nowadays is RELIGION. The word “ religion” is made from the words “re” and “ligare” which means binding together . Something that binds the finite with infinite that is a man with god.
Though being an admirer of every religion, I do not consider myself to be a religious person . The definition of being religious for me is different from that of others . For them being religious means being thorough with scriptures and mythology , being totally inclined towards their respective religion, believing their god to be true .This often makes them think that other religions are inferior.
I believe “ There is only one God ” who is worshiped in different forms and that teaches the same thing directly or indirectly. I cannot agree more with Mahatma Gandhi as he said
“ I believe in the fundamental truth of all religions of the world. And I believe if only we could , all of us ,read the scriptures of the different faiths from the standpoint of the followers we should find that they were at bottom all one and at one point stand with each other”
I don’t want to bound myself with only one belief . I admire the sacrifice of Christ to free his followers of their sin. I feel amazed at how Zakaat (charity) is important for every Muslim. I feel proud to see how in Gurudwaras langar is provided without discrimination. I feel blessed every time I learn new morals and ethics from Mahabharat and Ramayana . All in all every religion connects us with the almighty and provides us support or simply acts as our shield .
But the moment we start to defame other religions without realizing that by defaming one we defame them all ,for God is one and only then religion starts playing it’s role of a sword.
Peter sat with a flower in his hand Thinking on which path will the decision land Plucking each petal he said “I know her” “I don’t know her” I know her right? For I know she loves black, And a cat makes her mad.
But still she says I don’t know her Should I buy her jewels, rubies or fur ? Does she wants me to do that ? Or should I buy her a hat? She says her smile is but a lie For all she does from within is cry And yet all I do is try I cannot understand what does a woman wants?
And there he asked the question that was in many men’s head Many think all that women want is money Well , yes they do but their self-earned money. What a woman seeks is respect What she desires is love What she yearns for security.
TEMPEST What is it that swirls within me? And by that I just don’t mean small rounds somewhere in my body, It is something weird, kind of serious and destructive . And please don’t take it to be some physical problem For I know it isn’t How do I know ? Because a scared me is sitting there curled up She told me that she is waiting for the tempest to subside, And here am I ,waiting for her To come and make me as I was before .
Mothers are important for a child, but fathers are like the “unsung hero”. They are unsung because you might have no idea how often they might have sacrificed their dreams for our sake. We may not realize but a man is tested as a son, a husband and even as a father. My father was an unsung hero, and even though I can’t see him now he will continue to be one. I still remember how he used to wake all night taking care of me whenever I used to be ill.
I still remember how he used to call out my name and I still believe he does it every time I fall , and somehow I find myself ready to fight feeling energized.
I always find it hard writing about him ,but then why not ?