It's all praises but when it comes to follow many look the other wayIt is very easy on your part to tell others who's your favourite cricketer or actor. You like their performance and if you are in the same profession I am sure you try to follow your idols. All of us do almost the same thing. When we admire something we somehow try to identify ourselves with that thing. It's there in every sphere and many of you have role models who are great women and men whom the world reveres. Apart from these, there are certain actions taken by the known persons in our locality or among our friends that we consider praiseworthy. The action can be anything like offering help to the needy, association with an NGO or to do certain things in a way breaking away from the usual tradition. People admire those actions because they are progressive or for the common well-being of people in a society. People praise their actions but, when it comes to following them in their own lives, they look the other way. For example, in many localities, some people can manage some time from their busy schedules to enquire about the elderly or the needy and arrange necessary help for them. Others in that locality praise those people for their actions and surprisingly many of those who are praising do not come forward to help even if they are capable enough. While they are praising others, what holds them back to follow such praiseworthy actions?