Open Your Blind Eye

How can we be so blind

to how the children are dying

due to famine and hunger

caused by war? 

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Blood Of Humanity

My blood is red, not black, white or gold. My blood is the blood of humanity. I am not concerned with the nationality, race, caste, religion, sex or class of the other or of myself to bond with them. They can be my friend if they practice humanity, if they are human enough.

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The Tussle Between Wrong and Right

My parents were watching ”Aligarh” and while watching, my father comments, rather in a sympathetic tone, “Well, I don’t really support this gay activity since it’s ‘against nature’, but what can one do if they are constructed as such by God?” Though veiled with sympathy, he wanted to assert that the concept of the movie, the love between gays is wrong.

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I Have to Hate You

For all the lies and disguises you served to me, for sharing my right as a partner with someone who didn’t treat you as a human, for treating me as a toy to please yourself, for me to survive and prevent my damaged heart from shattering into pieces yet again, from breaking my already punchered trust on humanity altogether, for making my heart cry, for me to survive until I achieve all of my life goals, I have to hate you.

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Language- commodity or identity?

In my Hindi generic lectures in college, the teacher teaches us that an individual meets together to make a group, mostly ethnic, the ethnic groups together form a community, establishing its rules and regulations, and many communities join together to form a society. One such society is a nation. So, if we derive, one individual is what makes a nation or in other terms, an individual is the smallest unit of a society such as a nation.

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