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Let Commonsense be Our Guide
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Presence of so many religions and languages in the world can not be wished away. But many criticize religions for the "bad" they have and the tensions they are creating and some extremist rationalists say religions must be banned. But ideologies are equally divisive and inspires one to kill innocent human beings in the name of ideology and cause destruction to property and play havoc with the lives of citizens and massacre police and other law maintaining personnel.

Forests are cover for some of these ideologists. Languages and associated cultures are providing livelihood for many narrow-minded politicians who are owning regions just by uttering the name of the language and culture. But no language or culture asks us to treat others with different language and culture as "unwanted".

The problem for all these is many individuals who do not know anything about religion, ideology, culture or language are the champions of those lovely institutions. Selfish people have hijacked religions, ideologies, languages/cultures for vote bank politics; and their foolishness clubbed with cruelty, uncultured and uncivilized behavior and absence in them the beautiful qualities present in their religions or cultures.

These uncultured politicians are causing lot of anguish for all peace loving citizens and are perpetuating the divisions for themselves to come to power and keep themselves in power. Because of these dangerous personalities the emotional integration of the nation is not taking place. They developed vested interest in these divisions and are not allowing us feel citizens of one nation and live as friends and members of one family. Wish this disturbing trend is changed by us through proper action; wish our vote-bank voters use their universal franchise for the good of all of us; and not merely to get freebees and money and liquor for themselves; and stop voting for these selfish and dangerous politicians; such action do not allow the politicians to exploit their vast number of votes; which is making rest of the citizens' voting irrelevant and and inconsequential.

Let commonsense be our guide. Let us also prosper and be wealthy in the true sense of the word. Let the richness of our culture help us too. Small time and narrow-minded and dangerous politicians must be stopped from taking the nation and citizens for granted; and continue their thieving nature to amass money disproportionate to their position, capability or capacity. Let not these lazy manipulators of everything governmental prospers. Let us come together much more not by aiming to remove these divisions (which is impossible) but by transcending them and adjusting with our fellow citizens of different castes, communities, religions,languages/cultures,regions, ideologies, gender,urban, rural, tribal, money-earning and money-spinning ways, citizens of all hues and kinds.
 
26-Jul-2012
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