Sunday, September 14, 2014

“Are Boys Bakaras (Fools/Immature/Puppets) and Girls Nakaras (Clever/Mature/Puppeteers)?” – Professor M.S.Rao

“You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” - Abraham Lincoln

It is observed that boys often run behind girls in educational institutions to impress them. These boys often compete among themselves to win the hearts of the girls in educational institutions. And girls get immense pleasure internally when boys chase them. Some of the girls proudly tell to other girls that more number of boys are chasing her in order to show their greatness. And the competition starts among the girls to attract more boys. At times, a few good girls are also tempted to join this competition due to peer pressure and age pressure. A few notorious girls incite boys with their fake smiles to outsmart other girls. In this way, they show to other girls that more boys run behind them. It is a kind of a game that happens in most educational institutions. Most boys don’t understand the inner motives of these notorious girls and their games.  They chase the girls just because the girls smiled at them. Sometimes they go to the extent of fighting among themselves physically costing their precious friendship for the sake of these notorious girls. They rarely understand that they are being fooled by these notorious girls due to their unhealthy competition among themselves. Some girls have more jealousy when other girls have more number of boy friends. Likewise, such games occur in educational institutions.

A few girls treat their boyfriends as ATM cards (ATM card is used for instant cash withdrawal from banks). Once the money runs out, these girls throw out these boyfriends and search for better boyfriends with ATM cards. Worse, there are some boys who ride by motor bikes along with their male friends by chasing the buses in which their girlfriends travel. These girls smile and provoke the boys through their eye contact and body language. Unfortunately, accidents occur and most times, the boys die in bike accidents. These notorious girls search for some other boy friends with ATM cards loaded with lots of money. Ultimately, it is the parents who weep over the death of their children. Boys don’t realize it; girls don’t care for it; and the life goes on like this! What a wonderful world!

Boys are often attracted by external appearances like color, not by internal beauty like character in girls. The problem with boys is that they mature late and the prospect with girls is that they mature fast. There is a mismatch between the genders. That is why boys become bakaras (fools) and girls become nakaras (clever). Boys become puppets and girls become puppeteers.

It is unfortunate that suicides are shooting up in educational institutions due to love failures. A study reveals that the rate of suicides is more among the boys than the girls.  It causes pain and brings misery to parents who have very high expectations on their children. Unfortunately, the boys and girls don’t realize these things at the time of committing suicide.

The message from this article is to love the right girl or boy, not the wrong one. Remember, an individual with a rotten attitude is always a liability. You must be intelligent enough to choose the right person when you love. Don’t fall in love with the person based on color. In contrast, fall in love with the person based on character because it is the character that bonds lovers together forever whereas the beauty goes away over a period of time.  

“Experience is a dear teacher, but fools will learn at no other.” - Benjamin Franklin
“It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.” – Mark Twain

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