Knowledge is power.
We read in Puranas about Rakshas. But we think they will appear differently. But they also look like other persons only and they have become Rakshas by their way of behaviour and actions they take,
Accepting the mistake and not repeating it is a great trait. But how many will have the guts to accept. A person who is eating meat will never wear a garland of bones on his neck. So if we think that a criminal will have a different look, we will get cheated. They will look like other people only. We can't identify a criminal by seeing his appearance. We hear about many persons who will behave like saints but behind the screen, they are different altogether.
The author has written about a criminal that he also understands what crime is. But he himself is involved in crimes. I think we should not have double standard. What is wrong for others it should be wrong for ourselves also? It does not means if someone does something wrong we are authorised to prove him wrong but if the same wrong act is perfomed by us we change rules of the game. This is unfair and absolutely wrong approach.
I see this type of proclivity and thinking sit in the minds of people. We should be fair in dealings on equal terms without any prejudice and partiality.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease