Moral lessons seem like a very simple phrase and even we people are proving it to be easy going…But yes remember …easy for just to be delivered not to be replenished by our own mind, body and soul. I have seen certain people who are actually great speakers and they utter such thrilling words which motivate us. But have you ever questioned why? What’s their interest in teaching us those moral lessons?
Is it their passion? Is it their wish to make India a wonderful country? No! It is just for those two pennies which will fill their pockets and earn them their living. You must have always known that we should listen to good thoughts but then why do we believe in the saying, “Actions speak louder than words.”
We people are always active with these social media apps- Whatsapp one of our favourite apps which enables us to forward those great messages here and there but we never follow those in our real life. Even we try to suppress our juniors or young ones by teaching them those wonderful lessons with a big mouth about not littering the papers here and there. But what about us? What about the day when had thrown the same wrapper out of the car?
Teaching these moral values and lessons is really easy but it’s difficult to follow them… It is difficult but not impossible! Moral lessons are not Chinese whispers, a folktale or a myth rather they should be applied in our day to day life for changing our thoughts, our misconceptions and replenishing our mind.
We need to co-operate, convince our cognitive values to apply these lessons bringing up life to a larger scale. It’s not only to enhance our skills rather build up our country’s with a value-based bend of mind.
Your beliefs don’t make you a better person- your action does. Let us work not for showing off- but for ourselves. Let’s make it happen!