Unorganised mind creates chaos

Published on May 06, 2015 03:35:35 AM
Dr Bharatendu Swain,  Director and managing trustee of Aakar Asha Centre of Physically Disabled From experience, I have learnt that the more you create such campaigns, the better it is for society. At Aakar Aasha, we not only focus on cleanliness of surroundings but beautification also. And Swachh Soch, Swachh Bol is important for this. I would say it is necessary to organise one’s mind. An unorganised mind creates chaos just as unorganised traffic does. 

'You can't do it unless you can imagine it.  - George Lucas'

The upbringing of children is important in shaping their perspective of life and the world. So parents have a big responsibility. However, once children grow into adults, they need to be given some freedom. You cannot control them and ask them to live a certain way all the time. Only after making mistakes will they learn right from wrong. Once youngsters have gone through their own experiences, they can set their priorities and decide what to do with their lives. As long as their energy is not being channelled into harming society, they are well on their way to becoming responsible citizens.

Youngsters do tend to get impatient these days and that is a problem that needs to be addressed. But I also think that they should be given some freedom or else their creativity will be smothered. Marie Curie has been a great inspiration for me and I believe most youngsters will get inspired by some great personality eventually. Life is short, so we must learn and grow every day. As long as we are learning and growing, I am optimistic about adults and youth alike.