365 days, June 25th: 21st century citizens

Do I belong in this day and age?

I was born in the twentieth century, therefore I have more love for it than the current century.

The twentieth century helped me grow up get educated and the privilege of meeting some great personalities who taught me, how to be successful one must think of reaching the sky.

There are pros and cons I and my parents went through an age when we became slaves of our own country. But with time our leaders worked hard to be an independent country.

To all those who gave their lives to make India independent deserves my unconditional love and praise.

The present century has its own flaws, which is less favourable for those who are not white. It makes me wonder, why man has not yet learned that, each and every human who walks on this planet in this age should have the same rights and privileges. That anything less is returning to the dark ages.

How do I feel about the present century, not great at all. I wonder if I belong in an age where man is destroying man.

…………………………….:)

4 thoughts on “365 days, June 25th: 21st century citizens

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this post. I share your concern for humanity. I like how you worded it: “…each and every human who walks on this planet in this age should have the same rights and privileges. That anything less is returning to the dark ages.”

    All good wishes,

    robert

  2. Everyone is equal and should have the same rights, as you say. That is reasonable and the way it should be. Racism makes me sad and angry. It has no reason to exist.

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