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Fighting with the invisible walls make things harder?

In Fanny Lulu's diary on April 19, 2011 at 7:13 pm

”The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.”

Milan Kundera made me think about his quote written above. As a matter of fact do we know who we have been fighting with as we take sides of the peace and the justice in the home and the whole world? Please check this movie out: Hamadrich LaMahapecha.

I have been thinking about the solutions to resolve all these injustices since then i comprehended that i was indirectly the part of this corruption happening all over the world. Even though most people don’t seem to care, until it strikes close to home. But I must have been seeing things more than they were shown on the screen or published in the journals.

In my opinion, it does not matter how far you are from Middle East countries,  African countries, Old European Colonies, Cambodia, East Turkestan, Tibet and all the other chaotic borderlands. The main issue is how you feel and tend to react when you hear and watch the news that disturb you indeed. Beyond these scenes you just can’t imagine the happenings in the thin red lined borderlands unless you see them and even then you are always well aware that your experience of it is not at all the reality.

I am much more aware of the workings of the global power structure than I was just a few years ago as long as i follow the news from various resourches but i wonder whether it is good or bad this awareness may cause a black hole in my soul unless i have the power to stop this nightmare and to change the reality which takes the human beings’ lives by force and make their life stories miserable.

Everyday i consider that how we could achieve to settle down a properly working system which streghtens and protects the human rights of the society in a globalizing world, bring down the discrimination based on race, culture, religion, traditions, ideology and all the other colourful faces of unitary god. But i am one hundred per cent sure of that i am not able to make the difference without organizing the people who agree with my ideas and response to my call for the interaction on a small scale. At the end of the day i feel glad to be aware of the reality that ninety nine is not one hundred an even one person is able to begin with a small step to go further with the willing supporters.

In conclusion, Kundera points at that it is quite hard to cope with the organized global power which affects and leads the destinies of the nations but it is also remarkable to spread the ideas among the people about peace, equality, democracy, fraternity and all other notions which are just dreamt by human beings according to the systematic ways.

Remember that 99 is not 100 and you are a unique catalyst to make the change.

…and never forget about ”Muammed Bouazizi”.

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