Friday, November 27, 2015

Critisisms to be criticized!

Nobody pays toll charge or tax to update a post in Fb or forward a communication in Whatsapp. These days, It’s free and easy for everyone to express own views in public (no matter how holy or horrible the communication is), than publishing in a magazine or newspaper with great difficulty and then breaking head to find ways to reach out to readers as of in ‘kerosene lamp days’.

Of late, we ‘ve been fed up of witnessing junk criticism and satirical sarcasms online, mainly against opposite political parties, other religions and guiltless characters or systems. People believe that ‘ability to create a half-baked rumor is an art of high appreciation’; no matter how cruel or insignificant the accusation is! Some people find this malicious mode as a strategic armament against the rival. It’s no different than pelting a slab of stinking excretion on the face of your foe coarsely!

Our society is accustomed to swallow and get these junk communication digested unquestionably. People forgot the ‘art of respecting the opposition’ and people find no beauty in it. They are interested in displaying the shortcomings of opponents than showcasing own glory. Indian democracy gives right to express to everyone which is highly being misused in the boom of information technology. Most of our days get sacrificed reading or skimming across nonsensical communication which imperceptibly convey a fact that people’s sensibility and humility are replaced by terror and hostility. As an un-paralyzed human being, what each one of us can do here is to think beyond limits to aim the best interest of a flavorless common man. 

We need to use criticism as a constructive tool to question the injustice around us. Criticism should be relevant if not those who criticize will be labelled as 'sadist or moron'. All criticisms should aim virtuous intention and add real value rather than ending up in inculcating the sense of enmity amongst a generation which use brain less.

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