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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

“People, Problems and Politicians in India” - Professor M.S.Rao

“We are at the very beginning of time for the human race. It is not unreasonable that we grapple with problems. But there are tens of thousands of years in the future. Our responsibility is to do what we can, learn what we can, improve the solutions, and pass them on.” - Richard P. Feynman


In India people often blame politicians for all the problems. In fact, politicians are the biggest scapegoats in democracy as politicians cannot talk against people for fear of losing votes from them during elections. Politicians often present smiling faces despite being criticized by people. People have so many expectations and they know that it is impossible for them to accomplish. They take solace by blaming politicians. People make several mistakes and ultimately they pin responsibility on politicians.

People must know that politicians have come from people only. People must know the slogan that people get the government they deserve. Next time when you blame politicians blame yourself first as you have elected such politicians. Next time when you pin responsibility on politicians think yourself first how much responsible you are.

John C. Maxwell says in his book Be All You Can Be, “We have developed a society in which people would rather take the easy way out; we have become a relief-syndrome culture. This type of society does not make good leadership training ground. But those who are willing to pay the price will make it, and the world will sit back and wonder how these successful men and women ever got so lucky. Luck has nothing to do with it; they were simply willing to do what all the rest of the people were unwilling to do.”

You cannot expect a problem-free society. Problems will be there as long as man is there. If people don’t have any problems, then they will be in the graveyard. Hence, let us not blame politicians for all the problems we face. We must learn to face the problems squarely so that we can grow stronger and wiser and pass on a better society to our next generation.




Professor M.S.Rao
Founder and Chief Consultant,
MSR Leadership Consultants, India
Blog: http://profmsr.blogspot.com
Where Knowledge is Wealth
Email: profmsr7@gmail.com



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2 comments:

Ramachandran V said...

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Harsh said...

Mai aapki baaton ki prashamsha kartaa hun per unse sehmat nahi hun.
pehli baat ek neta ki zimmedari aam janta se jyada badi hoti hai.
doosri baat ek neta ka vyaktitva aam janta se hat ke hota hai.
Toh agar Galti Sarkar ki hai toh laanchan bhi sarkar per lagna chahiye janta pe nahi.
Jis prakar Ek raja sanvidhan ka palak hota hai per uske niyamon se upar hota hai,aur Raja ki galtiyon ki jimmedaari bhi usi ki hoti hai, usi prakaar sarkar ki galti bhi sarkaar ki hi zimmedaari hai,janta ki nahi.
teesri baat janta ke liye chunao ke bhinn bhinn vikalp nahi hain.
Sonia ke baad Rahul hi PM banega, kya aap is baat se inquaar kar sakte hain?
chauthi baat,Congress ya BJP, koi bhi party aaj imaandaar nahi hai.
hume aise neta chahie jo ache ho,janta toh aisi hi rahegi.
agar janta janta ka farq hota to sita maiya Ek dhobi ke kehne pe apne pati se alag nahi hui hoti. Mahashay, janta tab bhi vaisi hi thi jaisi aaj hai, farq sirf sarkar ka hai.