A long way to go

We have completed 65 years of our independence and have come really a long way, but seeing the past and being happy on what we have achieved will not make our future bright. To have a bright future we need to educate ourselves to what is it going around and the movement of other.We all know women’s are the foundation of any family and if the foundation is week then there is no scope that the building can be strong though it might seem to be strong.

In India women literacy rate is to low as compared to men though the overall literacy rate is just 70%. Even today in India most women do household work and do not even have basic knowledge about studies. For instance the made that come to my house is illiterate and so are her daughters. India is a whole country and is not about any one of us, it is not about a rich segment or poor segment of the country it is about we as one.

There is a long bridge from going to uneducated to becoming educated. I took the initiative to teach them but they resist it because they have much more important jobs to do. This is what even today people at India are. Life is not same for every one but yes the human rights are same for everyone but the difference is we know them and they being uneducated don’t know any.

Learning and education is not only what we learn in books but it is also about how well can you know and understand your society and use your education in favor of your society. We all must remember society is not only the people we live with or go out with but is also about the people who are around as and who work for use to make are life better.

To achieve real independence we need to go a loooooooong loooooooooong way.


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