Materialistic world, Isn't it? Everyone is running on the dense racecourse of earning money. The status adds up with how much is there in your account or which car, gadgets you own. From the time you open your eyes in the morning to the time you finally sleep, the race is on.We're rushing but crashing others. Even though we win, would that be a real triumph? An ideal life is the life lived for others. It's good to earn money but are we missing on the very fundamental thing called our profound emotions. Agreed to the point that we have other obligations but can't we take out a little time to help some poor child we see on road or someone who meets with an accident and needs your help? What if you have to compromise a bit, may be you reach office late one day because you have helped someone but think about the impact you would be making in someone else's life. If you are confused about priorities, then make use of your logical thinking and sense of judgement. Lend helping hands to someone, it doesn't have to be always financial support, it could be as small as treating everyone with equality and respecting the differences. Human beings are considered one of the best species and it should reflect in our actions too. Imagine how the world would be if everybody becomes worldly-minded? God-forbid, what if you are on the other side someday. How would you expect others to react? And why don't you start living that way, being a little more human, thinking out of the box, being a little less self-centered and that's all:) I read it somewhere, it's how many people who attend your funeral and the remarks you receive by them provides evidence of the kind of life you have actually lived. Remember we only get one life and since we have earned one after taking thousands of births, lets make a difference. Simply don't exist, start living instead because Jeena Isi ka Naam hai.
Cheers to humanity!