Humanity Is Lost..!! Do We Have A Right To Call Ourselves Humans any more…???

Humans Are said to be the most intelligent being on the planet earth. But our intelligence brought destruction. We are destroying the planet on which we reside. Global warming, deforestation and killing animals are some of the ways to show that how ungreatful we are to the planet we reside on.

Humanity died in most of the people nowadays… no one is a human now, everyone is either a hindu or a muslim or christian or a jew or a sikh…no one is a human and the first and foremost religion of humanity is long dead…no one cares about brotherhood anymore…there are many people who starts riots in the name of religion… frankly speaking polititians takes a major advantage of naive citizens during elections in the name of caste,creed,religion and what not…!

How can people call themselves humans when they stoop so low that an 8 month old child was raped by her own relative…girls who are barely 8 or 9 years old are raped…girls who are in their early or late teens and women are caught and sold out for some stash of notes…? Men who work day and night for their families are brutally murdered and robbed, innocent kids are kidnapped and used as a source of collecting a hefty ransom..?

Ask yourself do we deserve being called humans after all this..??? Are we forgetting that humanity is something that we must never loose…its the only which makes us better than animals…we have a heart and soul to love any creature on this planet but we are killing our own kind….

Escaping Reality…!

Have u ever felt lonely and just want to escape the real world so that you can save you’re sanity..? If u do then trust me i know this feeling too damn well as well.. I lived a life like hell for past 4 years…the days which should have been filled with happiness and laughs were filled with sorrow,tears and misery..

I was lonely for almost the whole period until recently i found some people i could rely on! I was a cute kid when i was little.. A cute cuddly kid with round cheeks and big eyes who loved to play and going out! socialising and meeting new people always perks me up as i am clearly and extrovert and loved the world outside but my parents made it hard for me to be who i truly am.

My dad hates the fact i am an extrovert cuz in his eyes socialising with new people is a waste of time and i should devote my time entirely in studies..but i neglected the fact and kept on with my perky and outgoing attitude…it was easier for me to settle in new places and talk to new people however because of my easy going nature and since i had a hard time saying NO to people…it became abit difficult but still i managed to live my life smoothly…

never in my wildest dream i thought my life would take such a turn and i would be living in such conditions…

Hope You Guys Will like This..

untill next time…


Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

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The post can be short or long, a personal intro to your life or a bloggy mission statement, a manifesto for the future or a simple outline of your the types of things you hope to publish.

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