Friday, June 30, 2017

Let's All Focus on Nation building

A very thought provoking  post that I received in my whatsapp group. Made a lot of sense to me and thus sharing.

Shared from Gen Prakash Katoch's wall...

*My problem with what's happening in the country* :-  is not about BJP
and
Congress,
Or
JNU
and
anti-nationalism,
or Jats
and
reservation,
Or
Hindu Extremism and
Muslim Extremism, Or
Beef Ban
&
Porn Ban,
Or
Kejriwal
and
Modi,
Or
Ravish
and
that 'India wants to know' guy*....                                      
*My problem is our mind space being occupied* with futile,
useless,
fruitless,
negative,
 regressive thinking.....

*In an age when this country should be thinking of INVENTIONS and IDEAS* ,

we are discussing subjects mentioned above....

*Why isn't the government
and media talking about it?*

*Why the subject of debate is not DEVELOPMENT?*

*Why isn't
 RSS
talking about it?*

*Why isn't every Hindu talking about it.*

*Why aren't the Muslims talking about it?*

*Why the news channels aren't focusing on it?*

*Why Indians on face book not discussing it?*

*Or spreading that idea to the world?*

*Saffron or Green,
Beef or Chicken,
Porn or Sanskari channels,
Temples or Mosques,
Jats or Kashmiris

aren't tools of development*...


*These subjects of conversations are ANTI  DEVELOPMENT*

*And anything that's anti-development is anti-national

at least for me.....*


*I want to see my India look better than Switzerland.....*

*I want my India to do better than the US in the Olympics.....*

*I want to see my India more civilized than the most civilized country in this world.....*

*I want my India to be more innovative than Japan.....*

*I want my India to be more safe for woman than Copenhagen, Denmark.....*

*I want my India to be more open minded than Canada....*

*I want my India to be better than what it is today....*

*And not worse...*
*And that can only happen when we start thinking productive....*

*Else we will all be wasting time doing something that is useless,
futile,
and infertile.  

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