Friday, August 19, 2011

The ultimate formula I was looking out for - the formula of UNITY (एकता)

I was searching and searching for over two years as to what causes unity. India desperately needs this.

It was yesterday. I saw the pledge to be taken on the occasion of Sadhbhavna divas. Sadhbhavna divas is today. 20th August. Rajiv Gandhi's birth anniversary. Two words from the pledge to be taken made it clear as to what is unity. The two words struck me so hard that I wondered why this did not strike me earlier.

What are the two words? The two words are emotional oneness.

My dear fellow bloggers, emotional oneness is UNITY. Rajiv Gandhi, the great visionary saw the importance of it. We all need to be emotionally one. Happy together. Sad together. Angry together. Disgusted together. Surprised together. As together as possible. As much as possible.

If Marathi feels happy with Anna Hazare, then the people of Arunachal Pradesh also need to be happy.
If Tamilian is sad with mid-day meal program, then a Kashmiri also needs to be sad.
If we have emotional oneness, we have unity. This has to be spontaneous. But I feel, we can cultivate this habit gradually too. 


Kirti said...

Tamil Nadu people are angry and are demanding clemency to Rajiv Gandhi assassins.
Many people in rest of India are angry and are saying no mercy to Rajiv Gandhi assassins.
Emotionally, people are one. Both the groups are emotionally angry for totally contrasting reason.
Work should be the primary concern of any Indian. Whatever happens, work should not suffer.
Decision has to be taken in such a manner that work is affected the least. This is my opinion.
I hope Rajiv Gandhi blesses me from heaven for this controversial opinion.

Kirti said...

Rajiv Gandhi was not only a great visionary, he also believed in finding solutions to problems.He never delayed any action and was quick.
He had a vision of India of 21st century.