Society will remain “messed” unless we do something

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Our society is terribly messed up and we are heading towards a melt-down. Sooner or later, there will be a revolution when the minorities – not caste, not religion but all those who suffer will loose their patience and will rise in union to overhaul the current system we have. The greater the Evil, the greater the Good – it is only time when masses of people will rise to uphold what is right and it will be marred with blood in hope that the world there on will be a better one. A fellow blogger posted about why he likes politics. His post is interesting and in the most uncanny manner highlights that if we want to fight anything we should first fight the evil in us. If we are ready to suffer the pain of our righteous decisions then “corrupter’s” will be left no option but to do their job. In recent times, we have been taught that with “bribe” we can get anything we want easily and we do not want to wait. We do not want suffer the consequences of our decisions even if they are right (me included). And then, we want people like Anna to fight for us. So convenient!!

Until, then lets continue to boil this Ocean of Emotions, one day we would have done enough to generate the heat that is needed.

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Kapil Viren Ahuja

Christened Kapil Ahuja at birth, I took my middle name in year 2001 (dont ask why) I am Kapil Viren Ahuja who is a "Son to Narendera and Saroj", "Brother to Aparna and Manisha (Neelu)", "Husband to Preeti" and "Dad to Aabhya". Who is Kapil? Christened Kapil Ahuja at birth, I took my middle name in year 2001 (dont ask why) I am Kapil Viren Ahuja who is a ~ Son to Narendera and Saroj ~ Brother to Aparna and Manisha (Neelu) ~ Husband to Preeti ~ Dad to Aabhya My family defines most of who I am. But, I am not just that. I am also a Technical Evangelist at heart working in IT industry for last 10 years.

4 thoughts on “Society will remain “messed” unless we do something”

  1. I share your angst. But the problem is with us Indians , the “sab chalta hai” attitude is suppressing the revolt. It took a couple of hundred years of British oppression for us to realize that we were being screwed and then we united with 1857. I hope we don’t take another 200 to realize that we are screwing ourselves


    1. My worry is more simple than the British. The problem we face today has a solution within us – we only have to change ourselves (and how difficult can that be?) My worry is that if this revolution comes, it might very well destroy India – I hope it is not a meltdown (Russia and Pakistan are two nations come to mind). I hope we are smarter and can do better.


  2. Very well written Kapil, ending was perfect. I also liked the positivity in your post stating “The greater the Evil, the greater the Good” which is very true.

    Glad to find a fellow blogger who pretty much shares the idea on this topic and also believes in keeping the design of the blog focussed on content rather than widgets 🙂

    I must add that has a fantastic theme and i like the tag line “the inner anti matter”.


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