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It's been quite a while that I've been active. That's since past few days, I've been working on a few projects of my own! Like a Short Novel — "Not Anymore" and my youtube channel but more about that later.
*Turning to a, rather serious tone than usual.
Yesterday, everyone celebrated Children's Day with a lot of enthusiasm over the social networks. I'm very glad to see that but how many of us, are aware about the children suffering serious injustice and violation of their rights as a human being? These acts of violation are not only limited to child labor and the rotten system of child trafficking but even at our households.
When people come together, we do great things. We bring great changes. The change our society needs, now, is ensuring the safety of every child. Recently, we've all read, seen and heard in the news about the grotesque rapes and murders of children and even infants. What else, have we done, other than just feeling bad about it? Worst case scenario, we ignored it because it makes "Me sick to my gut"?
This isn't everything our nation has. It's just the first side of a coin. Then what lies on the other side? A world that'll be safe for every child roaming on the streets of this country. Only sitting behind a screen and spreading the word by using #MakeIndiaSafeAgain won't change a thing(I may be guilty of it, too)! But it'll surely start a stir.
A single person can never bring great change on his own, he can only start it. That's what, Nobel Peace Laureate, Kailash Satyarthi has done for us. The first step of bringing the change has already been taken. He and his team have rescued countless children from the child trafficking network and still work on it. Meanwhile, the initiative of Bharat Yatra has brought into execution to make our society aware of the problems that are eating us from the inside.
Truth be told, no child is safe until every child is safe.
If you have any suggestions that might help the cause, do make it heard by the ones who can give it a platform on their official website.
Talking for myself, I fail to suggest any new tactics or a way to help make our society safer. Thus, I did something I'm fairly good at. Inspired from the experience shared by Kailash ji on Kaun Banega Crorepati I wrote a short novel to help spread the cause and it's adverse effects on our lives.
With that said, I hope one day our world would be a better place for every child and an adult.
As an endnote, the second project that I've been working on — is my narration skills. I've even started a youtube channel! Check it out here: The Honest Fabler.
©The Honest Fabler — Ashutosh Gursale
©Cover Credits — Public domain Image