Face of Man – The Mirror Of Life
Dealings create a man. But in treatment many of us forget how to behave. We tend to forget that everybody expect the right blend of humanism. But privation is a meanness that causes damage to the sweet harmony between us. Although we have a good faith, a belief and maintenance in ourselves as a nature, we sometimes forget ourselves and make damage right in the frontline. We forget the truth, which is the "Rock Of Gibraltor".
There may be discord; that does not mean that should be the way to the devil's paradise – "we" and "they" should never face each other. We should look after our social aspects where humanism should be the one and only one "ism" on the planet. To live and let live should not be a slogan only, but it should also reach mankind as a primary and regular practice. Since the dawn till dusk we should think human, dream human and act human.
As we think of atom, we should respect the atomic attachment in life, in which each exists not to disturb the others. The cells die, paving the way for new cells to grow – this is the truth – a truth that mankind has ever witnessed. But sometimes we forget this universal truth, while some other times we tend to disrespect the same. From the micro level of the family to the greater socio-political world, the riddles come and pass by, thereby disturbing the very significant phases of existences in this world. Besides all these, we cannot escape; involvements own a self characterization – a life has got into a scrape. In this way life sails on. There are so many "isms" coming forward in order to credit the slander of a person on report. Thus opportunity breeds thieves. Now-a-days if you touch a pot, you must touch penny. Sweet's the wine but sour's the payment.
We know everything; sometimes we are dutiful, but passionate. How do such words escape our leaps… this is the question! We should always remember, as we can express our wants, we should have to look after all those "have nots" that surround us. Our faces are the mirror in which "the kitchen is our temple, and Handy bartons (cooking pots) are our devata (object worshiped)". Swami Vivekananda puts these words before mankind. In this context we may also remember Albert Schweitzer, who one's said, "Ethics cannot be based upon our obligations toward (people), but they are complete and natural only when we feel this Reverence for Life and the desire to have compassion for and to help all creatures insofar as it is in our power. I think that this ethic will become more and more recognized because of its great naturalness and because it is the foundation of a true humanism toward which we must strive if our culture is to become truly ethical".