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06-09-2011
NCSinha
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Deep rooted frustration

When frustration level reaches its lowest point, this is how one is expected to express it. Surrounded on all sides with so much corruption, so much injustice and so little prospects of improvement, one is expected to react in this manner if one's sensibility is still intact. Happy thing to note here is the sensibility of the writer is still intact and that is because he believes in the essential goodness of mankind. But his helplessness shows. Yes, rooting out corruption where it has settled so deep is going to be a daunting task. No matter how daunting the task, if we have the desire (the desire is visible in the instant case as well) we can certainly make the difference.

Who would have thought that the man who was thrown out of a first class compartment of a train in South Africa was going to successfully spearhead a movement that would catapult the sleeping men and women into action and bring about changes that had looked impossible to many, just as they are appearing to many today? The forces of evil are strong, not invincible. Moral strength is something that makes one powerful and it is never advisable to undermine the moral strength of the faceless people of India. Only, do not lose confidence in your moral strength. The success will follow. I would not change the font or colour of what I have to say, because by changing font and colour, you cannot determine the importance of issue at hand, nor can you alter the significance of battles ahead.
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