Do we ever consider a new thought?

2010 has become past and everywhere people are graciously welcoming the new year. How much we love new things ?  All of us perpetually cherish new year, new decade, new day, new starting.

Okay let’s have another example, something  ordinary like a new outfit, a new gadget, a new flat. We greatly relish these newly made and occurred things. This point cannot be argued , for it is a recognized thing.

With reference to India , I would like to bring forth my point of view that we consistently welcome new things whatsoever it is and has nothing to do with our old fusty thoughts, customs and traditions. But do we ever care about considering a new viewpoint that pulls up our outdated and backward beliefs and myths. We people often restrict ourselves in our alleged boundaries of religion, castes and regions. People are still executing actions in accordance with their orthodoxies. Whenever a new undeniable and flawless idea strikes them , they discard it with their wacky and absurd reasons which is ridiculous.

Now it is us  who can bring about a radical change. Still most of us do not give a damn about it. Everyone shakes off reasoning that ” We  cannot change the whole world alone.” But certainly If anyone keenly desires to see the change then a single person can revolutionize the whole world. History is full of such examples. Unfortunately We are least concerned to stop chasing such meaningless conventions. Most of us talk of bringing the change, welcoming new concepts and condemning old rituals but only a few out of all cut the crap and open the door to a new progressive society.

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