Can we be able to realize the cries of others and redress without delay?The real disability is the blindness of one with sight and the deafness of one with hearing. If someone heard the cries, no one's helplessness would have lasted much longer. Many lives were lost, not because of the severity of the impending disaster, but because of the indifference with which no one looked back despite the cries with raised hands. Those who have at least one time experienced the frustration of not being heard will only walk with caution to listen for any cries of someone amid the heavy noises too.
Some respond to cries with anxiety and some respond with a sense of need. Those who behave with anxiety see only anxious thoughts for all cries. Their anxious thinking will be 'is the cry true? Or is he would be deceived? Or is he in some danger?' And so on. Their helping hand would rest in their pockets. Those who respond with a sense of needing will not waste time thinking; they have only deeds. When we hear the cries of others, can we be eager to find a solution for it?