Story of every Kid

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Kids are the flowers of the garden. The flower which keeps growing according to the care taken…

These flowers are being told that they are disturbing the etiquette of the garden.

But has anyone listened to the opinion of the flower for once?

So here we present to you, our view of life.

 

  1. We have swallowed your anger.
  • Dad’s boss got angry on him.
  • He removed the anger on Mom.
  • Mom removed the anger on us.
  • We still smiled the next day.

 

Growing up, we learned one thing – Solve your problems with anger.

 

 

2. We have seen you go mad.

  • Both of you had a fight.
  • We saw with teary eyes.
  • We were sent back to our room.
  • That day, we cried a lot.

 

Growing up, we learned one thing – Solve the problems with your partner by fighting.

 

3. We learned to discriminate.

  • We played with our neighbors happily.
  • One fine day, you told us that our neighbors were black and that blacks are bad people.

 

Growing up, we saw every black person as a bad fellow.

 

4. We never got an education.

  • You sent us to the best school in the neighborhood.
  • We learned a lot of things.
  • But no one taught lessons on self-confidence, making friends and how to be a good person in the changing society.

 

Growing up, we dealt with depression.

 

5. We were touched.

  • Uncle touched our privates and sexually abused us.
  • We told that to our parents.
  • The parents told the police.
  • The police arrested uncle.
  • But some mere sum of money washed his sins.

 

Growing up, we learned that you can get away with any crime by paying for it.

 

6. We learned that what we like, does not matter.

  • We told them our marks.
  • They hit us for failing in maths and did not pay attention to the  A+ grade in painting.

 

Growing up, we threw our paint brushes and sketches away and never saw them again.

 

7. We fell in love.

  • She fell in love with a guy.
  • A guy who never laughed at her because she was fat.
  • A guy who hugged her.
  • A guy who showed his love for her.
  • She told mom about him.
  • But thanks to mom, She realized that he was a bad guy. Because her mom told her, that he’s not from her religion.

 

Growing up, she labelled people as Hindu,Muslim,Christan,Jew, rather than human.

8. We learned to keep our mouths shut

  • We saw a beggar being badly injured.
  • We brought him to the hospital.
  • No one was ready to give him a bed because he had no money.
  • He died a few hours later.

 

Growing up, we learned that you are not human if you are poor.

 

We were wrong.

  • We thought our parents are like our friends.
  • We thought our close relatives also care for us
  • We thought that being a man or woman does not make any difference.
  • We thought hitting was bad.
  • We thought that our black friends were as equal as us.
  • We thought we had talents.
  • We thought we should help others in need.

 

We were so wrong.


 

Dear parents and elders,

Kids follow every word of yours and see you as role models.

If you want your society to change, change the way you nurture kids.

It’s all in your hands whether you want to see people caring for each other, or people shooting each other…….

Show us your good side and we will surely give you the best human society ever.

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We live in a false world!

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Shocked? We do live in a false world! and the most important thing is that we don’t even realize that! We deliberately are pushed into watching and hearing things which are actually turned and twisted to get a false belief in our minds and to control our lives. Here’s how it goes…

How to know that?

Turn on the television right now and switch to a news channel. What you are seeing is not just news, its propaganda. It is a propaganda because you are presented news in such a way which negatively displays the enemy countries of your country and positively displays the friend countries. Ever wondered why American news channels never reported the protests and racism happening in Israel, Japan, or South Korea? Only one answer – propaganda. Ever wondered why India and China are always depicted as poor countries? one answer– propaganda.It’s a trap laid for you to believe that at least your country is better than these 3rd world countries..

And Nah-uh, it’s not the just USA, it’s the entire world which does this. Even Indian media itself is so bias that you have to think why did you even waste time in educating yourself when you could have just written a fake story and given it to Indian media. You are living in a world where your own country, its majority and what it likes seeing the most, is picked as a topic and spread as a news to you. Dividing person on basis of region, race, caste, color are all tactics to get those clicks and TRP ratings.

This was just television news. Now let’s go to the “entertainment” industry. Of course, the American industry dominates the world and it has done enough stereotypes about people, their culture, and their country. But again, have Indians looked into their own media?

If a person is poor, he’s a Bihari, if he’s rich – Gujarati, if someone drinks a lot- he’s Punjabi. This was just stereotypes about our own people. Now let’s go to foreigners: If a person is too white, he’s American/British,  a terrorist is always shown as a Pakistani, a cartoon join venture glorifies India-Japan-South Korea ties but never has anyone glorified the centuries of relations with the Arabs, with China, with Europe etc. India had no relations with Japan, South Korea, America, in the past (only once when a Korean price married an Indian princess). Americans, Indians, Chinese, Japanese, all countries feed propaganda through their idiot boxes. No country is free from this. (Still, I don’t know why democratic countries make fun of communist countries and their  “propaganda” when they themselves are being fed propaganda by even their private-owned news channels? LOL )

And have I talked about how they depict women? Oh god! Women and their bodies are used as a tool to attract male viewers. Wondered why playboy is so famous? -semi-nude women, Why is porn so famous? – nude women and sex, Why is 50 shades of grey so famous? – sex. Men are socially forced to have muscles and women are socially forced to have good bodies. Why? – media depiction!

Even the education which we are getting in our schools is highly scripted. For once, try to compare your history books to Wikipedia and you will realize how much of fake and one-sided information you were learning. For once, go to your geography books and try to locate right borders with the help of internet. You will be shocked!

Micheal Jackson is not a perfect person! neither is Miley Cyrus or one direction! They are all told to act perfect way before the interview starts. Way before the concert starts. Way before they go public. This is done to make people their fans and to depict them as someone perfect. This is how the producing team gets money!  (Saying this as an ex-directioner! Can show you video clips proving my point!) Reality TV shows are also scripted which contradicts the name itself.

It’s also not completely their fault. They are selling us what we wanna see. Sex, food, and beauty are things which human mind unconsciously craves for. And when we get this, we feel happy and buy more. Business has started influencing people in good and bad ways but the worst thing it has ever done is that it has created a fake world. A world where women should be sexually appealing, where a man should have a large d*ck, where brown people are terrorists and white people are cool. Where east Asians are studious and South East Asians are sex slaves and where blacks are gangsters. Where the colonization of Europe is seen as worst but nobody talks about other huge colonisations.

Come out of this fake world and make friends with education.

REMOVE THE BLINDFOLD!!

You are not educated….

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“Education” is the benchmark of being socially acceptable. But, sadly, most of us in this world are actually NOT educated. I’m not kidding !! It’s completely true…

 Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits. Educational methods include storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, and directed research.

So, an educated person means a person who has taken education. Simple isn’t it? WELL, it’s NOT.

All of you talk about the “kids in Africa” but isn’t it an excuse? Is the education which you are receiving completely correct? In reality, the “education” we are getting, has nothing to do with the actual definition of education. Which actually means we are not getting any education! we are horses. We are dressed up every day to go to a field where we are put to work and made to run. The horse which runs the most gets recognized, gets fame and jobs. All the other horses are losers. They are sent back to be trained again to be as good as the winner.

“But hey, we are taught values in school” yes. Values like “respect your elders no matter what” which results in boys getting beaten up and girls getting molested and the culprits getting away with it only because they are adults. The recent #metoo tweets are enough to prove that all millennial girls of all places in the world were molested/raped at a young age BY AN ADULT most of the time.

And what “skills” were you taught in class? Were you taught “how to concentrate?” “how to speak in public?” “how to gain confidence?” “how to be positive?” “how to deal with fears?” etc  NO!! All these things came under “personal problems” for some reason and you had to go the teacher in person to talk which most kids never did. It’s a shame that we have to take the help of google to learn these things now…

In some schools, even good touch and bad touch are never taught. They are taught these things later in the last year of the school sometimes. But that is wrong! You can’t trust anyone today. There are pedophiles waiting to molest your children and they do this mostly to YOUNG children who are apparently UNAWARE of good and bad touches.

The basic geography and history books have propaganda filled in them. The science, the math, the languages taught to us are taught according to the age-old ways. Do you guys know the Vedic method of mathematics? The abacus, soroban ways? FYI, these methods are the easiest to learn and can make anyone a math champion. But they are never taught. Similarly, there are simple hacks to learn any language. But neither are they taught. My article on this topic has more to say – Click here to see it

Education is not just related to school. Education actually starts at home. But we all know how “good” the home atmosphere is. The constant nagging, the ignorance, the sexism, the constant fights between parents, etc are the common reason why kids love their friend groups more than home. CHILDREN MIRROR PARENTS. Only teaching about how to walk, how to speak, how to poop is not enough. He/she is a HUMAN BEING, not a robot.

We are tamed to look and act in the desired way leading to the ONLY external development and no INTERNAL development by the school,by parents, and by society.

The atmosphere your country is providing is also important. For eg, a person in Japan can send his kid to buy grocery and will have no worries like “What if someone kidnaps him?”  “What if they fool him and take more money from him seeing that he’s a child?”  But a person in most countries will have to worry about their kid’s safety. And the hack of both situations was – EDUCATION.

Education does not mean reading books.

It does not mean having a lot of degrees.

It does not mean being able to earn money only.

what it really means, is internal and external development in such a way that all humans can live peacefully, happily and being able to THINK, being able to EXPRESS, being able to DEVELOP this planet for all living beings.

It is true that some educational institutions are exceptionally good. But either they have hefty fees or they require only A graders to enter.

So, guys, there is no difference between us and African kids. They are not getting proper education and neither are we…

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How to deal with someone who is about to cry.

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It always happens that when a sensitive topic comes up, there is a person who just can’t stop the tears. They try to hide it but their eyes swell and you know they are about to cry. But most of the time, the people around them don’t know how to handle this situation and end up being more awkward in front of them.

So these are tips to handle a “cry situation” :

1. Say “Aww don’t cry..” and keep your hand on their shoulders :

  • Doing this will either lead to two things – the person will cry more or just joke it out saying “oh I’m not crying OK”.
  • For the first response, you can just hug the person and he will eventually stop crying further.
  • For the second response, the person will handle his tears himself as his response itself tells he can’t cry in front of others.

2. Change the topic:

  • The best way out is to change the topic.
  • Like for eg you are in your friend circle and you all are talking about your mother but there is one person who does not have a mother. So he will get uncomfortable or sad or even feel like crying if he’s talking. If this happens, you change the topic to, “oh leave this topic, you know what happened yesterday?” and say it with the same excitement or more excitement than the earlier topic. It will help the person get distracted by the curiousness for the new topic.

3. Share your sorrow too:

  • Say “yes even my father abused me”. This will make the “crier” open up more and speak himself out.
  • Like he might say “I know right! and my father also did….” then you say “yes but you know what, let’s leave this. I mean, I have moved on now and you should do it too.”
  • Knowing that he/she is not the only one in sorrow, will help him/her relax about his situation.
  • You can fake share too if the person is not a good friend or is not expected to meet you again. Like a person, you met on the train, on the road etc.

4. Offer a tissue :

  • This is a great gesture and works well with girls. She will laugh at that gesture and change the topic on her own or handle herself on her own. In another scenario, she would cry more
  • By the way, notice how the person in 1st point and the 4th point will act in 2 same possible ways. DIDN’T I TELL YOU GIRLS AND BOYS ARE THE SAME? huh. I had said the same on This blog

5. Joke it off :

  • You can joke off the topic to make the crying person laugh. It will make them smile and they will calm themselves down.

6. Let them cry :

  • Sometimes crying is good for emotional health.
  • If he/she is crying, let them do so.
  • If you all are in a friend circle, DEFIANTLY let them talk and cry and speak themselves out. Sometimes they just need a person to talk to.
  • If you are in an unknown or less known group, check the crier’s actions and his mental level of comfort with the group. eg usually girls open up to girls and boys open up to boys.
  • So, yeah, in an unknown group it depends on how much safe the crier sees the group.

 

7. Put your hand on their shoulder and say “Hey, you can overcome this” :

  • Confronting them with motivational sentences will help them get over the negatives more easily.