HOW CAN ANY DISASTER, ANY EPIDEMIC DEVIATE FROM OUR GOAL?
WE ARE CAPTIVATED BY OUR ASSUMPTIONS? (8th & Last Episode)
HOW CAN ANY DISASTER, ANY EPIDEMIC DEVIATE FROM OUR GOAL?
CORONA VIRUS INFECTION IS A PHYSICAL EPIDEMIC. HOW CAN IT AFFECT OUR MINDS? HOW CAN WE DEVIATE FROM OUR DESTINATION? IN THIS REGARD, WE NEED TO USE A HIGH LEVEL OF INSIGHT.
12 ‘O! SCHOOL WITHOUT YOU ...’
The microscopic bacterium Covid has wreaked havoc on the world. All the systems have collapsed. Millions of people have died; now all the statistics are coming to light. However, it is becoming difficult to estimate the innumerable mental illnesses that are being created due to this epidemic, including fear, uncertainty etc. In the tragic year and a half of the lockdown, some very horrific results and ideas have been born, some of which are being examined:
We must first acknowledge the fact that parents are the creators of any assumptions, and parents want their children to inherit those assumptions. Now look at the fact that during the period of almost two years of virus and lockdown, (1) educational institutions remained completely closed (2) in alternative teaching system i.e. online classes, nowhere did the attendance of students exceeded 50% (3). The majority of parents did not take seriously the need for smart phones, Wi-Fi, etc. required for online education. (4) This majority of parents did not realize how much the closure of educational institutions had damaged the education of their children. They are happy with the fact that their fees will be saved. (5) Majority of the parents never realized the loss of studies, but were glad to save the school fees. There should be research on this, of course, instead of regretting the ruin of their children's careers, this mentality of being happy about not paying school fees. How did the end come to be here?
The Corona virus epidemic is almost over, but a new virus has taken over the minds of parents in our society (and students who think in their own way) and they think that our children have not gone to school / college for a year and a half. So what's wrong with them or us? What will happen in the future if they continue to be detached from education? Yes, it happened after Corona that we started dreaming of leaving educational institutions and joining a job, employment and business. How is this possible? Due to the enmity with knowledge and education, the entire community is suffering the consequences on a global scale. I don't know why and how this mentality seems to be flourishing here that instead of focusing on a strong career after four or six years after SSC, it is being thought that at the end of every day, getting five hundred or a thousand rupees will be the ‘career’. Now our young people have to decide whether to refuse to be the fuel of the stove at home. They have to remember that the easy ways or short cuts in life seem very attractive, but what would be if there is no struggle in it? Corona has also made an impression on the mind to get out of the 'deception' of higher education and do business immediately. It is with this mindset that garage, junk shops, power loom and sidewalk businesses have sprung up so far. And our community has been deprived of corporate and modern business. The daily earnings and the job mentality of ‘9 am. to 6 pm’. In this way, our community’s years and even centuries-old tradition of research is completely lost, but young people! No, you don't have to have the devastating experience of "O! School Without You". How can a corona virus or an epidemic be so powerful that it can change a community’s agenda? Young people! Your parents are in a bit of a hurry, but now you have to show great patience and a high level of insight. Vaccines have been developed to restore the body's immune system, but no vaccine has been or will be developed for mental illnesses such as depression, low self-esteem, inferiority complex, and short-sightedness.
13 ‘WE DON'T WANT ANYONE'S FAVOR.’
Even the dictionary does not do justice to the interpretation of the word 'self'. For some reason she describes it as arrogant, conceited and selfish. In fact, the true meaning of self is found only in Iqbal's words. In the preface of Israr Khodi, there is a saying that khudi means self-knowledge and introspectiveness. People in our society often commit nonsense in the name of ‘self ’ because they are not aware of it. In this regard, I would like to give an example of our attitude in the process of imparting higher education. In our community, since there is no concept of budget and savings for education, if a child needs Rs. One Lakh for a higher course, he does not expect such a large amount from any trust, institution or individual. Now the solution is to prepare a list of ten dear relatives who can help with an interest free loan of ten thousand rupees each. Now here are the basic assumptions:
(1) Why should I ask someone? (What's wrong with asking someone to help you take advantage of this golden opportunity for higher education for your children?)
(2) Why should I take someone's favor? (What is called benevolence is actually a social need. That is why the society is built.)
(3) People will show their kindness (what is ugliness in it. Why do you want to hide that someone has helped you?
(4) But kindness? (In society, we always have to take the kindness of someone. “We don't need the kindness of anyone’’. He goes on the shoulders of 4 persons on he never repay that kindness or favor)
(5) How will the benefits of helping someone be paid in the end? (Always remember to help the needy, with this intention they will be rewarded)
Sharing one's knowledge, one's blessings of almighty is a part of sociology. Understand this for those who misinterpret the ‘self’ especially for the spread of knowledge education and awareness in our society!