The scene of poverty in India is something to think about. Do we find some panacea?
Can we voice our truculence? The forbearance has already been enough.
All of us, are lucky enough to go to school and study.
When it comes to education, what does the feckless Constitution of India do to follow their “Right to Education” ? Their precepts don’t even work. And then they teach us to maintain a decorum.
Millions are still staggering and tripping over literacy.
These millions are more mettlesome than us.
Every child has a right to study.. Which is quite pragmatic, you see. What about the children you see,
Every morning, while going to school; you see them at the garbage dumps, picking up what they think is useful for them; which we threw as something which was of no use to us.
Every afternoon, while coming back from the school; you see them running behind a tyre loop with a stick in their hands.
Every evening, you see them, sitting right above heaps of garbage.
You see them cadge, feel pity and move ahead.
You see them, at roadside junctions, selling some beautiful flowers, selling novels, selling almost anything which is capable to make your day.
You also see them smiling and laughing with all what they have got.
You see them making the most of what they’ve got, when they absolutely possess nothing.
This is a veritable fact, for all those who live in a world of paucity.