I want people to look at the posters I am creating and I am thinking of pasting them all over the college. I have already done such a thing during the ‘Babri Masjid verdict’.
There are also a lot of posters already on the web and they need to be seen and understood. So I request you to share some of them on your blogs and social networks because this is high time, women are being subject to ridicule everyday all across the world. And in my country, India, this has gotten beyond insanity! People are coming out and protesting these atrocities against women and that is only a start. So please share or write your own mind on your blogs about these blasphemous incidents.
So here are the posters I did until now: SPEAK OUT. SPEAK LOUD.
Some people have character that dictates respect. Character that is beyond profession, Character beyond the social demands. They become champions. Others become champions too.
But why do we see Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid apart in Cricket?
Why do we see Roger Federer apart in Tennis?
Why do we see Lionel Messi apart in Football?
Why do we see Bill Gates apart in TechWorld?
It is because of that character that these men chose to live along. The character to respect the game whatsoever, the character to respect the opponent whatsoever, the character to respect the governing officials whatsoever, the character to stay humble even when they compare them to god. The character in choosing that character.
Talent has never been scarce in history.
Talent is a power, a gift from god as many call, which is to be handled carefully. We all know what is possible when we realize our potential, don’t we? The choice, dear people, the choice comes then, once after you realize what you really are capable of, the path you take then, leaves a trail in history. Either you’ll be a Hitler or a Gandhi or you will be constantly moving towards one of these extremes.
Power, dear people, is best done with by being humble.
P.S: I am only talking about champions who are humble! There are millions who are not champions, yet they show humility in whatever little that they are good at.
did i just say “they are not champions”?…
Oh! I take it back! They too are champions!