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Thursday, October 25, 2018

Believe me, you will not lose? Motivation


Digging into life, the biggest challenge we face is fear of failure (FOF). "Choor yaar lagta hai nahi ho payega, Jo kar raha hai karta chal". Sometimes "Bhai kismat kharaab hai", Next time “Bhai usne wo course kar rakha hai isne ye kar rakha hai, hume kaun puchega”. We always look into who are others? what others do? To find many more excuses. Why we never asked ourselves, who I am? My strength, my weakness, how can I improve? Why we forget, that most successful people and so-called fathers of inventions are mostly all school/college dropouts. They are able to do it, due to their positive attitude & talent.

Hum haar ke dar se, Kuch yun khoye rahe..
Manjil samne the, aur hum soye rahe..
Majboor thi Kismat bhee, kya deti sath humara..
Hum aankhein band karke, Yuhin naseeb par roye rahe......

Sometimes, we take ourselves too seriously, what if I failed? Everybody knows, nothing will happen but yes we will learn & grow & be a better man next time. Do most of us follow? No, why? It is due to fear of failure (FOF), we all know but don't want to understand this.

"One thing is as clear as crystal, Fear is not good for great"

We want instant results, Like "two minutes noodles", like "Crash course" "like boot camp” & many more. All fast food chains like Mac Donald’s, Dominos, and Subway are all beneficiaries of this weakness of us. Even during the first step, we are desperate to get the results, that is not because we are not aware of the process but due to the fact, we don't want to lose after giving that much time & efforts to it. We lack the patience to go through the tough times & improve ourselves.

"We need to understand every failure, looser & quitter has one thing in common, they ignored two most precious lessons of life... Persistence & Patience"

Due to FOF, we tried to do things in "safe way". "Yaar isko aise he karte hain, panga kaun le". "Leave it, Bhasad hai yaar, koi aur dekhega". Let me tell you, it is the most unsafe way to deal with this. We tend to start avoiding each & every opportunity & challenge which we believe is difficult & may prove out to be a failure. The result we never try, we never learn, we never improve, hence we never grow. A wise man once said:

"A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new"

Let me tell you, there is nothing wrong with failure, in fact, it will help us to groom ourselves, it is nothing but the life experience, and it is the most precious jewel. We fail, we learn & we become wiser & we understand, then only we are able to implement what we want too.

"If necessity is the mother then for me failure is the father of all inventions"

Don't be afraid of failure just do what you love to do, you may fail, you may fall, people may laugh at you, you may feel down, you may cry but never quit. The positive side is you will feel good about yourself; you will be better & wiser man next time. Keep your competition with you, nobody else matters. There is no guarantee that you will succeed next time but yes you will perform better that is for sure.

"I am not in competition with anyone but myself, my goal is to learn & improve myself continuously"

If you still think, from where you will get the inspiration? Go nowhere, talk to yourself more often & you will feel less afraid of failure. A true man once said:

“Talk to yourself at least once in a Day, otherwise you may miss a meeting with an EXCELLENT person in this World.”


Still puzzled, here is your answer # I am a father, I observe my son carefully, I am seeing my son grow every day, what amazes me is that when he was infant he doesn't know how to move? he kicks his leg & tries to lap through with his arms. He failed 100 times but he never stops doing so, eventually, he mastered it. Then when he grows a little bit older, he doesn't know how to stand straight. even then, he tried his level best to run with a smile. As a caring father, I was afraid for him, he fell 1000 times, he cried, he gets injured but he never stop doing so & that's too with a smile & eventually, now he mastered how to run. He is not aware how to talk, but he is trying hard with his slangs "te taa, mu, mutu, dudoo, papa, mama, baba, dadi, duzoo, Dua, Nani, Sacha, lite, mankha, mansi, toot gaya & many more". He is giving his best, with all he has. He is just a rookie right now, knowing him so well, I am aware that surely & steadily he will master it as well. If my son(an infant), he knows nothing, he has no experience can do it. Why can't I? He is my inspiration. He is a fighter, Why can't I? I am his father, I will lead him by my example & I will give it all it takes to raise him good.

"Time may get tough but I smile knowing the fact I am stronger today, then I was yesterday & I will be stronger tomorrow, then I am today"

Since I have done mistakes, sometimes I lost miserably; nothing is expected of me, so why should I fear? I have no ego, I am always a beginner, and I am always ready to learn, as I am no one but a student of life. Always remember:

"I came here as no one, I have nothing to lose, everything here is an opportunity & WIN"


Nationalism portrayed as Patriotism, IRONY?

Nationalism vs Patriotism

Today, If we search for news(newspaper, news channels or in social media), mostly what we get is about Indo Pak war, Hindu Muslim conflicts & boiling hatred between us. Today the most common thought everyone tries to drive through is either you are Nationalist or Anti-national. Nationalism is portrayed in Canvas as Patriotism irony is most of us are accepting both of them as the same thing.

Nationalism vs Patriotism

"The basic rule of Patriotism is when love for your country & your people come first, Nationalism is when the hate for people other than yours come first"

We all are mature enough to understand this, then why so much fuss & rift? Fact: When about country, everyone tries to drive it through emotions. We all want to serve our country in some way & that is why we are very much get fascinated by the term "Patriotism".  This is the advantage which politicians are always looking for either it is JP Moment, Anna Moment, demonetization, Indo-Pak ties all were/are successful because we believe we are serving for the Nation cause, do we? Sometimes yes, sometimes no.
The problem we all have, before supporting such things we never check the actual package but the wrapper & believe whatever it is, I am doing it for Nation cause. While doing so we fall into the trap of being a Nationalist rather that a Patriotic one.

"Patriot is proud of his country for what it does, and the nationalist is proud of his country no matter what it does"

Somehow, whatever I have written above is covering one face of the betrayed audience, some of us are also opportunist people, having our own agendas, nothing to do with nation cause, our own motives & our own greeds always comes first. Hindu-Muslin hatred, Caste reservations, Quota system & much more blah blah blah, do you think all of this has anything to do with nation cause? No.
These are the people who try to use political parties as tools to support their hidden agendas, either in a frame of communist, nationalist or socialist.

"Democracy get killed that very day when we stop questioning our leaders about their work & start praising them for fooling all of us to fulfil our own greed’s"

Hindu-Muslim hatred is serving in such a way that anyone who supports this is considered as patriotic & who oppose this is termed as "anti-national". Politicians are trying to inject this into our veins & I found them very much successful in doing so.
This thing is such poisonous, that if you speak up the truth, it is creating a rift between friends, family & loved ones. Most of the people who echo that mentality are aggressive as well, they try to bully you, troll you, harass you, defame you. Sometimes you even get the thought "yaar sab mil ke yehi bol rahe hain, kahin ye nafrat he to theek nahi hum sab ke liye, fir baat dhyaan aati hai, ye desh ke liye theek nahi hai".

"Nationalism is an infantile diseaseIt is the measles of mankind."

Now even the crimes are seen through spects of Hindu Muslim hatred
Rape/murder/homicide/genocide to anyone needs to be condemned & we all need to echo our voice in support of the victim to get the justice irrespective of its religion. I have seen people advocating the fact that it was done earlier with people of our religion & now it’s our turn to give them back (Hindu or Muslims), they call themselves "Nationalist". They are feeling even proud of doing so. This mentality is sick & deserve mental treatment "kyonki ye aaj nahi ruka to kal meri kaum ke andar mere he log meri he behan betiyon ke sath ye karenge".

"A criminal is a criminal, a rapist is a rapist, a murderer is a murderer, he doesn't see your surname before committing a crime"

Nationalism kills democracy; they kill each & every voice opposing them.

"Ab kyon bol rahe ho, tab kyon nahi bole. Iss ab tab ke beech be kai wajeef sawaal dafn hain".

Nationalism has nothing to do with nation, they are in fact poison for the developing country because they divide & they rule by creating hatred between all of us. We have witnessed Naziwad of Germany, Faasiwad of Italy in past, That was "Rastravad i.e. Nationalism", what happened? Broken dreams, a disgrace to the country, at last, written apology to the whole world for their thinking & wrongdoing.

"Nationalism is a coalition of pythons, which do nothing for their society but whenever get a chance will take even the last bit of free air from the body of every creature of same society they live"

At last, I was in no mood of writing all this, as it is a very controversial topic & many of you might get offended while reading this blog. It might come as a disappointment, as I am taking a calculative risk of losing my audience. For me, a blog is all about speaking real me & there is no point in hiding, what I feel.

"Mazhab Nahin Sikhata apas Men Bair Rakhna Hindi Hain ham, watan hai Hindustan Hamara, Sare Jahaan se accha Hindustan hamara...."

Nationalism vs Patriotism

Caste Reservation a Boon or a Curse?

Caste Reservation a Boon or a Curse?

I have given my absolute best during my research on caste system & reservation but whenever I tried to write anything about it, I always find myself too mediocre to portray it in the right direction.

"Casteism is a poison which is yet to get an antidote"

The class system was inducted into our culture from the Rig-Vedic period, Intension was to create a healthy society where grades were divided into a framework. The class system was originally segregated in four Varna’s Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas & Shudras. It was originally formed & inducted by keeping karma as the baseline but due to complexity with time "Caste System" took its place & birth was taken as the baseline as it was convenient for a socially stronger section of society to follow.

"My karma will decide my caste, being a Savarna by birth is not a boon but a responsibility"

In the caste system, I describe the magnitude of untouchability taboo for weaker section prior to independence as follows:

If we don't allow other people of the same religion to build their livelihood in the same village we live, don’t allow them to take water from the same well we drink, don't allow them to visit temples, don't allow them to sit with us & don't allow their children’s to even get education, don't allow them to do any respective work/job to earn living & treating them less a human & more as taboo or untouchable.  Then we have no right to complain, how Britishers were treating us & why that socially weaker section (Shudras) were changing their religion from Hindu to Muslim or to Christian.

"Caste is not in the blood through which we can relate with but a sick state of mind which leads to a weak & intolerant society"

In Mahabharata, Karna & Ekalavya were the prime examples of how society treats the lower caste section in the past. Nobody was ready to give them respect, knowledge & treatment they deserve. Whatever they were able to achieve was on the basis of their sheer talent & determination. Keeping karma into account they were true Savarna’s, In addition to it "Karna was even a great donor & often regarded as Danveer Karna".

ऊँच-नीच का भेद  मानेवही श्रेष्ठ ज्ञानी है,
दया-धर्म जिसमें होसबसे वही पूज्य प्राणी है।
क्षत्रिय वहीभरी हो जिसमें निर्भयता की आग,
सबसे श्रेष्ठ वही ब्राह्मण हैहो जिसमें तप-त्याग।

To give representation to socially & educationally weaker section along with SC & ST in public sector, reservation comes into picture during the initial draft of our Constitution. A total of 22.5%(15% to SC & 7.5% to ST) of all central government employment were reserved for them(Jobs, promotions & seniority). It was also mentioned that it needs to be get reviewed after 10years & then parliament will take a call on its progression or suspension.

"Reservation is a dangerous game which government plays to dis-root society to fulfil his hidden greed’s in the name of empowerment"

Years go by, but not does the reservation from Nehru to Indra, Indra to VP/Mandal, Mandal to ABB/kamandal, kamandal to Manmohan, Manmohan to Modi. Review in parliament never happened, all thanks to great caste & vote bank politics. Strangely reservation exceeded from 22.5 to 49.5% now (27% OBC) & it was even granted for all public educations institutions as well.

"Caste system is like a Chameleon having many shades each one is more poisonous than the other one"

The intention behind the induction of cast reservation was government will bring social & educational reforms so that socially weaker section will get the opportunity to educate themselves (academic & socially) & further get the representation with the help of reservation in society. It was expected that with time, the socially weaker section will get its representation in society & we will reach a stage that reservation will be no longer required. Contrary, social reforms never came & only beneficiaries of reservation were the non-deserving creamy layer of the socially weaker section.

"A nation/society will lose its shine & talent when undeserving people will start getting praise & opportunity from politicians in the name of caste reservation"

You will find it hard to digest that we have 27% of reservation for OBC but only 12% seats are actually filled in public sector & it is not allowed to fill the backlog with deserving candidates (Non-reservation). The question arises, why it is like such? The reason is even harder to understand, the dropout rate for the socially weaker section till secondary education is still more than 83% which was 97% at the time of independence, strange? Let me make you even more familiar with statistics out of rest 17% only 9% will reach up-to higher education & more than 50% of that 9% is from the creamy layer of the socially weaker section.

"The section which is socially & educationally weaker & actually need this reservation, never stand a chance"

What is the creamy layer? Son of an SC/ST/OBC government employee or an MLA/MP called as the creamy layer as they are no longer socially & educationally weaker & do not need any reservation. Contrary, That section is getting that quota reservation(most of them are non-deserving) & deserving candidate will lose the opportunity due to this flawed system. An amendment came to restrict the creamy layer to get the reservation but as expected its implementation is far from reality.

"Harijan to wahin hain aur ab sath me Savarn ke halat bhe kharab hai, fayada to har baar ke tarah unn avasar vadiyon ne he uthaya hai"

History has shown us, politicians & rulers always divide us to rule. Mugals, Britishers & our own black/brown Indians are no different, they are all from the same breed called as politics. Lalu, Nitish, Mulayam are OBC & Mayawati, Ramvilas & Ram Nath Kovind are Dalits. Though most of them are not using reserved seats to contest the election but every single political party is guilty of using caste card during the election & thereafter. They just want all of us to see ourselves as the victim of other Varna’s/Caste & in-turn help them to fulfil their hidden greed’s via vote bank & caste politics.

"Sarkar parda numayish ke hunar se khoob wakif hai, ye har uthne wale wajib sawal par Shavarno aur Daliton ka parda daal deti hai...........

Caste reservation is all about representation of socially & educationally weaker section (both criteria need to be fulfilled) in public sector/society, which also faced caste discrimination over a period of time, it is not a reform to empower the poor’s. One such PIL from a poor Brahmin boy was rejected by giving the same explanation "though this Savarna boy is poor but never faced such discrimination or representation crisis in society".

"Don't allow caste to dictate your fate, It is just a state of mind a notion, life is much more beyond this"

I deliberately portray this subject as a story rather than keeping it straight on data & statistics as it is a blog & my intention is to find the right direction rather than cursing our past as a documentary. In my opinion, caste reservation was inducted as a boon in the constitution for weaker section & with time our politics have turned it into a curse for everyone & for generations to come.

"As per Bhagwat Geeta everyone is Shudra by birth & I am no different; I will not use my caste to defend myself, let my karma speak about me"

Caste Reservation

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