Responsible Citizens + Accountable leaders = Prosperous Nation
Responsible Citizens = Citizens who feel it is their own responsibility to change their neighborhood and their environment. The more fortunate ones have the moral duty to lead this change. Responsible citizens change themselves first. Then they change their neighbors. They create and support a system that rewards responsibility. They are provokers who propose alternate solutions (केहि गरौँ, मेरो देश, मेरै दायित्व” kind) unlike critics who are usually cynics (doubters, complainers यस्तै हो, केहि हुन्न kind).
Accountable Leaders = Leaders who are answerable to those who put them in positions of influence. They find the time and energy to answer questions posed by citizens of their country and help remove negativity in the society. Accountable leaders hold their attitude, behavior, life-style to the highest standards demanded of any leadership. They usually would make a lot of mistakes but are more than willing to learn and rectify again and again. If they don’t know the way, they will not get in the way (for others).
Prosperous Nation = A nation where each family is prosperous enough to feed, educate and care enough. A prosperous nation believes in sustaining
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A small but powerful piece about “confidence” from a startup entrepreneur.
He argues, “All this learning means nothing until you make something happen,” further adding,
“I was an over-confident punk, thinking I had the answer, and everyone else didn’t. But it worked. And in fact, isn’t that kind of confidence absolutely required to get anything done? Isn’t the role of the entrepreneur to be the bold, daring, audacious one? The over-confident reckless one who says, “Screw it. Let’s do it!”?
Yes! Of course! It’s the essential final lesson: that all this learning means nothing until you make something happen.“
What are you going to do about it?
Here is the Link to the original article /blog. Enjoy.
Here is a movie theme. Begins like this:
डाकुहरु (looters) take turns looting and pillaging a village. The village is sucked high and dry repeatedly. Then a scuffle breaks out among the looters over who gets to loot and pillage the village this season!
The villagers are on their knees, begging for survival. The looters just can’t agree until the very last moment…. Meanwhile the village awaits fearfully.
Lo! A decision has been made. They have decided to let the sucked dry village live but on ONE condition only.
That they be allowed to rule the village unconditionally and with impunity, for one more year.
The villagers all agree! A sigh of relief is heard everywhere, some rejoice the breakthrough! Some are seen thanking their looters for saving the village from “certain” disaster!
A large quiet majority sit mute, maybe out of fear or disunity. ” ke garne के गर्ने ? “
Final scene: The Looters rule the village again while another group of looters scheme for their downfall. The villagers are glad to have survived another year ???
THE END. (This Film repeats again……and again……… and again in the Cinema hall near you )
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