Resemblance

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
Each one of us is important and responsible for our country. Our goal is to achieve happiness. Work for your own happiness keeping in mind that you are part of a larger society.

Submitted: November 24, 2013

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Submitted: November 24, 2013

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Nafisa is leaning over the window to watch the protestation. At least sixty to seventy people have gathered in front her house. The house is located at the old part of the city and there is a monument of a leader who is vastly known as “Ruler of unheard ”. He was able to initiate a change for the country . People started to belief in themselves and worked for the prosperity for themselves. He used to say, “Each one of us is important and responsible for our country. Our goal is to  achieve happiness. Work for your own happiness keeping in mind that you are part of a larger society.”

The starting was marvelous. Within some years significant changes were found in people attitude. It was reflected on their life style too. A large part started to aim for a bigger and better life. Fifteen years after that the picture totally changed. Some people didn’t realize the goal portrayed by their “Ruler” or perhaps changed the meaning. They changed their society and worked for the happiness of that. Others were lost. They simply couldn’t keep pace. With time they became “unruly”. They cried, shouted but nobody listened. Sometimes they didn’t listen to each other.  For survival they changed teams but couldn’t ensure the life for their descendents.

Nafisa is only sixteen. But she doesn’t feel so. Every day she sees protestation, bloodshed. A new thought has emerged  by  “The Guides” who is trying to unite the nation. “If you don’t consider me in your society you will not remain happy. Make me a part of yours. Let me defend you. ” “The Guides” believes that to make a conglomeration the interaction among people has to be present even in small units.  To ensure the communication among small units “The Guides” says, “Make sure you understand your unit. This will lead you to merge with the others. Look for resemblance.” Nafisa knows things will change but sometimes it is hard to be a witness.


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