Why can't we discard a rumour immediately but enjoy it?Yudhistar was responding to Yaksha's typical questions and one among was - Which one moves faster than wind? The most intelligent man in the Mahabharat times simply replied - 'a rumour'.
Such is the dangerous element by name 'rumour' which can creep into any system and pollute the environment. But unfortunately we all fall into its trap in one or the other occasion. The main reason is that we don't verify the fact but enjoy to hear it. Unintentionally, the gossips not only about popular personalities in politics, films or sports but about our own circle around won't take a deaf ear and we are keen to lend it. There lies the real problem. The strength of the truth in it gets lighter weight and we are all responsible for the damage caused to the individual when it becomes 'nothing'.
Why can't we discard a rumour immediately instead of enjoying it?