Friday, June 19, 2015

"Homo sapiens World"

The day before yesterday, I went out with my brothers and we saw the movie Jurassic World in 3D. I don’t have any better words to praise the movie because it was simply outstanding and entertaining. The dinosaurs which have been extinct for millions of years came alive just in front of my eyes and so are the intelligence of human beings making it possible in film reel. I’d recommend anyone to watch the movie with your friends or family for the sheer joy of amazement and entertainment. Enough said about the movie.

Alright, let's come back to our present human world; how are we doing? Oh uh! Recently, Antonio Guterres, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, said ‘the world is a mess'. He told the BBC:  'The drama is that if people think that humanitarians can clean up the mess. It's no longer possible. We have no capacities to pick up the pieces. 'More and more people are suffering and unfortunately for many of them there is no chance to support them.' In fact, the number of people displaced by war, conflict or persecution reached a record high of nearly 60 million around the world in 2014 as per the UN report.

In separate comments, he added: 'We are witnessing a paradigm change, an unchecked slide into an era in which the scale of global forced displacement as well as the response required is now clearly dwarfing anything seen before. 'It is terrifying that on the one hand there is more and more impunity for those starting conflicts and on the other there is seeming utter inability of the international community to work together to stop wars and build and preserve peace.'

I don’t know who are responsible and who are to be blamed for all the conflicts and wars in different places all over the world. Thank God! The mass extinction of Dinosaurs millions years ago is scientifically known as the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event. However, if we as human do become extinct tomorrow or anytime in future, I guessed that’d be ourselves to blame. And I'm not sure how we can help ourselves when we all do is bringing out differences in every ways rather than accepting one another as human. It is very childish of us to say my race is better than yours or my religion is truer than your religion.

The only good thing that comes out from our differences benefits only the weapon industries. All they need is our differences to create conflicts so they can sell their weapons and we kill one another. Obviously, my assumption of origin of conflicts is easy and simple but it is for real. And sometimes I get frustrated with the idea of government around the world because what it stands for is not exactly what the government does for the good of people. It is more or less the institution of power mongers who takes only lives rather than saving.

But as a human, do we deserve every bricks thrown upon us? We don’t deserve at all only if we learn to accept we are all together the master of this world and deposed the power mongers. After all, no one will dare to be beneath rather all will dare to be above one another though we are all equals in the eyes of the master of the universe. But honestly, do you want the history to blame you and me for our own extinction? Hell ‘NO’ for me, I don’t want to be blamed for my own extinction rather let the nature take its course of action when the time comes. 

Food for Thought: “If we didn't know better we would love one another.” Aaron B. Powell.

Thank you.

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