Who says that
relationships aren’t everything ? They are actually the inner strength of a
person in accentuating the value of life. Right from the day I had set my foot
on a foreign soil, I knew the humungous differences and the behavioural change
that reflect in one’s demeanour is worth noticing. A person goes through
various challenges in terms of finances and relationships which is the prime
focus over here. We have seen friendships fostering around but have we noticed
the real culture and identity taking a backlash?
Right from the time I
lost my friend at a very young age which created a deep sinkhole in my heart
refers to the dignified truth that all humans inhabiting earth needs to understand
the value of relationships either in the very form of friendship or expression
of it in the form of love. People have various ideas relating to their goals,
dreams and every other aspect of life. The bonding that they create with one
another is what makes them strong and optimistic.
Life often bombards
people with meticulously crafted obstacles like a wide rack in relationship, a
crevice in love etc which deters the person from moving headlong or venturing
into new zones of interest. People are social and hence they need to little bit
more determined to take challenges way too positively than expected.
The trends of
dwindling interest among people and inculcating interest in technology is
something very painful that the modern generation is experiencing. They are not
taking practical view of life rather they are entering into that Globalised
state of mind which generates more troubles and crack among human relations.
People often move
abroad at a very young age thinking that they can adapt well and make them
accommodate to some cross cutting differences in the society but unfortunately
the society is again not able to cope with those tremendous changes. I have
learnt to adapt myself but I am not still living happily because of some
overlapping differences in culture, code of conduct etc.
People have the
choices but they can’t exercise their freedom on foreign soil because they are
not the citizens of that country. Leaving home as a sign of adulthood can prove
beneficial to some but in many ways its a curse.The challenges that the
youngsters face when they lose something that they had eyed upon is something
worth pondering over here. Losing interest in studies, losing a great job
opportunity, failure in businesses, are some of the avenues which make them
subtle and vulnerable to circumstances that they can’t even think of.
The changes in
culture stimulates them to make some changes in their daily routine and aspects
too. Those people who don’t acclimatise well are the immediate losers. They
lose their moral and self confidence too which in turn paves way for bigger
risks in life. Brain is an aspect which many people are adopting but it is
harmful in some sense or the other.
That very day when I
lost that best person in life, I had given up life on almost no will because
whatever my mind would say I would blindly follow. Hollow from inside, people
adopt strategies to overcome pain and suffering which ultimately tends to grip
the weaker souls. Studying abroad and working in a foreign culture without any
pre requisite knowledge kills the person from inside because he/she thinks that
I am devoting my personal time on a. Wrong task that has less importance and
would not be taken into consideration ever.
decisions taken from the least experiences just sets the wrong foot forward.
People should really think about their culture and their strong imprints that
they can ever make on they own tradition and culture if they were to live and
prosper in the same society that they were born into. Radicalism and
conservativeness of parents inches close to their child’s mind which in turns
dooms their career.
I really think on a
broader spectrum that the more decisions people take in uncertainty the more
chances are there of failing at crucial times and in the part of a journey
called life. We talk about globalisation, what is it? It is just the flow of
ideas and technology from one part to another something trapping people and
making them slaves.
There are a lot of
troubles one face while living away from the native cultures. The world looks
like a refurbished plate serving food on a silver platter but when a person is
addicted of that, he/she steps himself/herself into that very discreet zone
which is hard to leave at a later point of time.
A person becomes more
petrified when encounters a different culture and minored to overcome that
snare, he/she entangles themselves into relationships which bind the society or
secretively brings the show downer of one’s life. Work atmosphere is way too
different in various countries thus making the sustained survival different
over the course of time. Challenges should be overcome with accuracy and hence
people try to opt for those jobs which provide them with lucrative payment and a perfectly drawn schedule. The untimely
nature of governance makes them roll up their sleeves.
This dancing doll
called life portrays a bitter image for those people too who are way bad at
predicting troubles in bonding and relationships. The futile arguments over
something and the frantic discussions which lead to nowhere are the primary
causes of anxiety among youth on some foreign land.
People from rural
areas are clueless and helplesss because the shift in their rhythm doesn’t
allow them make movements in life.
“Tiny bumps in time shape our lives, even though we spend hours
trying to make long-term plans.” – (The Half Girlfriend, 2014)
The paradigm shifts when one tries to adopt a foreign
culture and forgets about the relationships among his peers back then when
he/she was in his/her native place, making them susceptible to emotion
blackmailing and chanting among others too. When a human souls becomes
acrobatic, everything flips for him/her.
Why, sometimes I’ve
believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” … (Alice in wonderland, 1865)
People are sometimes more conscious about
concealing their true identity among foreigners which make them even inferior
than their counterparts. The huge differences that they face in their
friendships and mingling with various other people discerns them to a large
extent thereby more vulnerable.
“Life appears to me too short to be spent in
nursing animosity or registering
wrongs.” “I care for myself.- (Jane