Thursday, September 12, 2013

Women : Respect them

Hi guys,
 
(without any prejudice whatsoever)
 
I have been thinking for quite some time that what compels a man to downgrade himself to such an extent that there remains no difference between animals and humans. Yes, you got the context right. The gangrapes taking place in the country at such a rapid pace is really troublesome. No fear exists in the minds of these monsters who commit such heinous acts. The Government has been doing its part but not enough to console the shaken conscience of the victim's families. December 2012 Delhi gangrape case is about to get concluded wherein the sentence will be pronounced on 13.09.2013 to the convicts. It took 9 months for the Judiciary to declare Rape, a Rape. In these 9 months, there were numerous other girls who were raped in the country. What about justice to them ?
 
It seems everybody is busy in the preparation of Elections 2014. Our Hon'ble Parliamentarians never appeared to have sufficient time at their disposal to bring about an amendment in the Rape Law of the Country. Though, from few corners of the North Block, voices have been heard to give Capital Punishment to the convicts in the rape cases. But, these are just the voices and not a Law. Because, it is the Law only which the Judges follow in their courtrooms. Now, if the Law says that there cannot a Death sentence given to rape convicts, then how can a judge pronounce a death dentence in such cases.
 
Here, we need to ponder over an issue of death sentence to be given to these shameless creatures. Why not ? Where is the deterrence in the society ? People know that if they commit crime, they will walk free because acquittal rate in the country, i guess, is the highest in the world. A man while raping a girl is fearless because the State can maximum give him life imprisonment. In maximum of the cases, the rapes do not get reported only. So, there is no scope of punishment also. Hence, like a wild bull, they roam free and do whatever they feel like in the manner they want. They are a blot on a civilised society.
 
I just wish that an amendment is brought to the rape law and nothing less than a death sentence is pronounced in such cases. (Infact, if a woman is raped , then why not a man committing this act be ostracised publicly in society ?) This society will change. Cent percent. An initiative is required to bring about that deterrence effect.
 
Just kill these bastards or throw an acid on their genitals..!!! Rapists of Mumbai's photojournalist had already committed 5 more rapes in the past 6 months. Why not give them a death sentence within 1 month through a fast track court ? What evidence is required to prove them as a rapist ? Have we learnt any lesson from Ajmal Kasab's ? Or are we still going to provide defence to these cruel species who attacked our defenceless sisters and mothers ?
 

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Set Goals in Life

What are your goals ? What do u want to achieve ? What do you want to be ? In life. At work. In relationships. Whatever it be, write it down. Now. Just write it down. Not later..not tomorrow - now !!

And commit urself to action. Commit urself to doing what it takes to achieve ur goals. Take action. Make sure that everything you do is takin u closer to your goals.

And finally, take a step today. However small it may be, but take that first step today. If you want to lose weight, walk that 45 min walk - today..!! You will see the difference. As the Nike guys would say, JUST DO IT.

Friday, June 14, 2013

If Tomorrow Never Comes

There are two things that can happen when we plan to do something tomorrow. Either tomorrow gets postponed and never comes, or we ourselves may not be there tomorrow..!! In either case, the work remains undone.

Friends, the worst regret we have in life is not for the worng things we did, but for the right things we did not do.

The thought i am trying to convey by saying 'tomorrow never comes' is not only about 'giving' but also about a hundred and one things, which we go on postponing. For example, it may be reading a book, phoning a friend, calling on a sick relative, visiting our aged parents, learning something new, taking a vacation, playing with our children, or sitting by the sea shore watching the waves, admiring a sunrise, gazing at the stars and even sometimes doing nothing. Let us live like a samurai as if each day is our last one.