Saturday, February 20, 2010

Where is the Indian?

Found an intresting its for you all..

A reality with a meaning
An American visited India and went back to America where he met his Indian friend and asked how did you find my country, the American said it is a great country with solid ancient history and immense rich with natural resources.
The Indian friend then asked, how did you find Indians?
Indians? Who Indians?
I did not find or met single Indian in India.
Who nonsense? Who else could you meet in india then?
The American then said ...
In Kashmir....I met a Kashmiri
In Panjab .... I met a Panjabi
In Bihar...Maharastra....Rajasthan...Bengal...Tamilnadu...Kerala...I met Bihari, Marathi, Marwadi, Bengali, Tamilian, Mallu...
In AP... I found Andhra & Telengana.....

Then I met
A Hindu
A Muslim
A Chirstian
A Jain
and many more... but not a single Indian did I meet.
Think guys
The day would not be far when indeed we would become a collection of nation states as some regional anti-national politicians want.
Remember... We are Indians first....We are Indians at last.


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I agree with you, There is 100% truth in what you said, We should educate the people in many aspects,

Politicians are elected by citizen, but they are not able to judge them?

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This blog was after my own and I just happened to be looking at what followed. I'd like to offer a perspective, if I can.

India is expected to be the most populated nation in the world in twenty years, surpassing China. That really is nothing to be proud of. This world is so over- populated as it is already; right or wrong, I've never fathered any children in part as a result.

We've got to be responsible keepers - stewards if you will - of this planet. To not do so is so very wrong.

Where is the Indian? Now or in twenty years?

Fish kills are occurring aperiodically around the world. Does it bother you; it should.

They are dying due to the same thing that all who are irresponsibly bringing new life into a world that cannot sustain it are doing. For each new person on this planet who is alive and breathing, there is a little less oxygen, an a little more carbon dioxide. A hole is growing over the North Pole in the world due to ever increasing levels of carbon dioxide. Hello?

Only you can stop the all too swift decline of our planet and of our environment. Be patient - you don't have to give up having children if you are a woman or a married couple, just wait for technology to catch up to you.

In the end, we all will win, and whether we are nations or nation states, we will then all endure.

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