So my amiable readers I hope you all are doing well and great. As in the last post I mentioned that soon I’ll be posting about “The self-taught morale”.So here I am, keeping my promise.
So let’s start with an example and that example is a very common one, from my School days. I experienced it when I was in class 7th. And your experience can surely be different than mine.
So when we ( me and some of my friends) were in class 7th, we noticed that some people around us are indulged in “not-so normal” activities. No I am not talking about drug addiction or anything serious like that but at that age (13 years) even abusing somebody was a big deal, right ?
Even today it is a big-deal or it should be a big-deal but people around have made it a fancy thing to show-off (I don’t know how), anyways. So that was the situation, when we found that okay people around us are indulged in all this so we ourselves made a distance from them. And even when everyone was together (unfortunately) we didn’t spoke the way they did because we knewed our “self-morale”. Neither their not our Parents were there with us everytime but some of us self-realised and self-taught ourselves that no matter if no one is watching us, our Parents are not watching us, our Teachers are not watching us BUT still we need to behave and groom ourselves in a correct way.
So as we already discussed in our previous post about the “today’s generation” so let’s clearify the situation.
A generation of broken people, with incomplete dreams, shattered moral values and full of self- disappoinments .
What else are we “as a generation” ?
Tell me if you have a better introduction, anyone ?
This pandemic gave all of us a chance to self-realise, self-examine and self-explore but what we did ? We took it as a vacation, WOAH !
So what’s the problem with the people around and what’s lacking ?
The answer is THE SELF-TAUGHT MORALE.
Every second person here is choking in a way or other because we, the puppets of today’s generation “fear”. We fear of dreaming, we fear of continuing what we have initiated, we fear of the outcomes of our own acts. And most importantly we fear of “responsibilities”. A responsibility to be committed towards our dreams.
We fear of the phrase “how will I focus”. How could you fear of outcomes until you haven’t started ? How would you focus when you don’t know what you want to focus on ?
And for over-coming this you need to set your own standards. Set-up a standard, a standard that who you are, what you should be. A standard that whatever you do you are able to handle it in future, you have courage to accept it in front of “your people” (others should really not matter).
This self-standard setting is very important because
IF YOU THINK THE WORLD AROUND IS ALREADY UNKIND AND FULL OF HATRED THEN YOU, “YOU BETTER DON’T BECOME LIKE THEM”.
There were a lot of “?” in this post. So self-realise, think, “take your time” and answer them.
Keep reading. Keep supporting. See you. 🙂