It’s easy to point fingers but very difficult to peep within and realise our own mistakes. And even if this realisation comes the big fat ego ( in the name of self respect) that we always carry along holds us back from taking the next step, from apologising for our deeds.
It takes courage and lots of guts to stand up and apologise for what we have done, to accept our wrong but if you have done this you know that you are the most satisfied and peaceful soul on earth.
Be it a silly mistake or a major blunder, if our act has disheartened some one , than it becomes our prime duty to realise what we have done and instead of being in guilt for our wrongs and sins it is much wiser to gather all the strength and speak up.
Apologise not to make the other person happy, but to lighten the burden on our soul, to get rid of that haunting thought that you are respnsible for some ones gloom and worries.
But dont say it just for the sake of saying it, if there isn’t any self realisation than all your long and adoring sorry speeches will be nothing more than a baseless meaningless story.
If we have commited mistake than to aplogise is our duty without thinking of the outcome, without expecting to be forgiven. To forgive and to be forgived is yet another chapter, once we have seek our forgiveness the burden is theirs to forgive but as for the one saying sorry, our realisation is worth our forgiveness!!
A couple of days back was the grand gala celebration of womanhood, which forced me to think was it teally required. Newspaper, television hoardings forwards on social media, everywhere people were busy making eaxh other realise the worth of a woman. Letting her know how special and powerfull she is. For a moment i thought today’s woman has already proved her worth she is at par with the men around her, we jo more need a special day to kake us realise what we can do and where we stand or how precious are we today the world. but the next moment i knew why was this day so very important for me, when i see around i can only find a bunch of them who own the power and dignity they deserve, the majority still lags behind. you are sopposed to be a daughter, a sister, a wife , a mother but not a woman, the self realisation has never existed for this chunk of the fairer sex, being an indian i feel ashamed when i hear stories of how young girls have to struggle to get their basic education, they have never dared to dream big, have never thought of independence as being self capable or reliant . Right from the early childhood they are made to believe that they are weak and cannot stand without the mighty support of the man in their life. Their brought up have taught them to compormise, to bear all pains,never stand for their rights, and always allow the man to lead her, to decide for her, as if there is no exsitence of her without him. These women needs many such women’s day which could make them realise that a lady can exist on her own. She is herself first and then a mother, a wife, a sister, a daughter. She is worthy of a lot better. The day this happens, i will feel that yes all the gala , the fest and fervor for women’s dayis worth it. but there is a brighter side to the story as well where we see women empowering themselves emerging as inspiration for their counterparts. They are proving that a woman is beyong a thing of beauty. They are bosses, CEO’s they fly, they fight for their nation, they are buerocrats, thr key desicion makers., todays educated mordern women has left no avenue untreaded she is there every where. But this is high time we be prpud of a handful of them and left the majority still struggling to get their basic rights. If we stand for each other, move out of our comfort zone and empower them we cpuld contribute in a better tommorow for our daughters and sisters. Let us help them break those shackles and breathe freedom, then we would desrve all the hype and celebrations of womanhood!