Possess right attitude, only then voice for your rightWith the birth of a child, the practice of teaching what is right and wrong begins instantly, although the infant fails to understand it. The newborn gradually starts growing up, and the teaching of right and wrong keeps on increasing. It is how a little one learns to differentiate between right and wrong, and with it, a core question springs up in my mind. Suppose the elderly family members are so good at preaching what is right, then their next generation cannot be practising a wrong act. The reality is different. It shows that unlimited incidents and cases that reflect a violation of human rights are increasing every day? It's not that only the youths are responsible for all the wrongful deeds, but their upper generation is equally blameworthy. Human rights are regularly abused either politically, in society, in the workplace or at the domestic level. Nasty actions take place wherever there is a murder of a person's rights. Let's take the example of domestic violence that is like a coin with two sides. In a genuine domestic violence case, a bride is subjected to extreme cruelty, while when fake domestic violence cases get lodged, the groom's side faces all sorts of wrong accusation.
Thus, when people talk about their right and start screaming at the top of their voice as it gets violated, one needs to understand that was his/her action proper in dealing with a particular situation. A groom's family cannot expect love, respect and care from the bride who received torture in her marital family. Similarly, a groom who faced a fake domestic violence case would prefer to take a divorce or maintain a stoic relationship. Thus, it is always justified to be morally right, then only raising a voice against the abuse of their birthright, constitutional right or emotional right is justified.
My entry for the TOW Contest