He who must not be forgotten!
Firstly, no this is not at all related to Lord Voldemort of the famous Harry Potter saga. This is just to pay tribute to all those people who become the silent victims of terrorism and wars... and I am not refering to soldiers or common civilians.
Some months back, a movie was released - Aamir and it was what made me think on this topic. The story line is about an NRI who comes back to India, to his family and as he steps out of the Airport building, he discovers that his family is kidnapped. To save his family, he must do what he is asked to... in the end he finds out he was being used to implant a bomb in a public transport. Being a good citizen, he takes out the bomb and chooses to die alone with it then kill several others.Aamir, the male protagonist, was a Muslim... and as the movie ends... it ends on a sad note with all news channels declaring Aamir as a terrorist but the question is that will you really call Aamir a terrorist?
I wonder, how many people each year die the death of Aamir? How many were true patriots but were termed as Terrorists? How many mothers will die waiting for their sons? How many sisters wont see their brothers again?
Why is there so utter hatred in our hearts? Where is the line which divides Hindus and Muslims? I want to see it... A third country, divides a big nation into two according to majority of Hindus and Muslims and since then we have been idiots fighting each other rather than joining hands to smash the face of the third party. Even in history, we all study that the Britishers adopted the policy of divide and rule and what not but how many of us really not dream of going to Europe or America to get further education?
I agree that Pakistan has been too mean to have wars and things but I cannot outlook that we have answered each war with more blood shed and more loss of lives. Are we less to blame? India has been a sufferer or the division and wars but same with Pakistan. Why does the word 'Pakistan' ring a danger warning in minds of Indians and vice - versa...
Eventually, the Indo - Pak thing came down to Hindus and Muslims... which is even worse. I really donot get this how does it make any difference if you are a Hindu or a Muslim? Isnt this more important that we are all humans? Out of the Trillions and trillions of creatures on this Earth, God chose a few billion lucky ones to be supreme and we are one of those? Why criticise God for hatred but thank him for making us all able to think and respond!
I something wonder that we all desire something or the other... the poorest of the poor will always demand for some money, food or other things and similarly the rich... they will demand as well... but both have 2 things in common - firstly they will always ask God... for the rich has none above him and the poor has too many... and secondly they both will never thank God for he created them and let them be a part of his creation... his beautiful creation..
I donno how to end this article or say this thought... all i will say is... for once close your eyes and from all your strength and heart call your God and say 'Thank You for making me what I am.' Thank him for firstly creating you and secondly making you able to do something (we all are capable of doingn something atleast)... and trust me there will be peace in your heart from that moment... the moment you stop seeing bad in others, I guarantee there will be no bad left in this world! And I guess this is the only way to end all the wars...