Consensus is not always important

Suspending action until consensus is reached is a choice.

If you wait for majority to initiate something then you might as well forget to do it.

We are so much driven by social norms that we become afraid to something different.Even though it may be the right thing to do.

You only live once (YOLO!) so might as well have the guts to experience the life your way.

The question here to ask is that – are you ready to give up your individuality just to fit in the society?


We shouldn’t follow traditional rules.Old rules are made for old times. We live in a new world.This is our society.It does not belong to our ancestors who already lived through their whole lives.They created this world so we could remain happy.And you know what? We can choose our own way to peace and joy.Old rules are reminder to what new is to come.Change is inevitable.The main question is – are we ready to take action or not?


Acknowledging differences between people is good.But discriminating is not.Discrimination shows up when we label those differences as superior or inferior.Everyone is different because one person can’t do everything.We fill in for each other where the other cannot.It is about teamwork.How can you discriminate against someone who’s on your team? 

You can’t drag someone down without lowering yourself below them.You can’t kick someone down from above without stopping at your own path of growth.If it’s their loss,then it is also you own.That’s what happens in a team.


Earning one’s freedom is essential.What we earn,we use with care.What we get,we use with ease.

Those who consider freedom is expendable are doomed to subjugation.Those who understand its essence – never bow down.

You have the choice to let your freedom wither away.Not everyone has the will nor the brawn to fight for it.But if you are willing to do so,you must prepare yourself for consequences.

In fact,it is quite common to give up on freedom.Addiction,for instance,is one way away from freedom.You start off with a small step and go down the spiral only to find that you can never go back again to being who you were.

People can take their freedom back,of course.But the way back is as painful as it was pleasing in the first place.

For some of us,freedom was taken away and not willingly given up.Some of us were not even born free.The existence of freedom becomes more abstract than reality of reality.

We must help them understand.We must help them remember.We must teach them what freedom is.Once they know the feeling of being free,they will give their all to earn it back.What we earn,we use with care.What we get,we use with ease.


You can force someone to work all day long.But the efforts will be the result of compliance to the order rather than fulfilling engagement to work.

That’s why we hate to be managed.May it be an educational institute or workplace or home.We feel bound to rules with no room for flexibility.

Authority suppresses us when in fact autonomy must surround us.Only engagement and honest commitment to work can take us on to the path of innovation.Compliance will only help us survive,but not live life to the fullest.


Censorship is a very gray area.Should it be done or not? How much of it should be done? My take is that we shouldn’t suppress the creative freedom of others whether good or bad.One can only be shown good things their whole life but they wouldn’t be doing that out of choice.What if a bad choice is given? Would they take it? Would they understand whether it is actually bad or good? When we expose people to both sides of the spectrum we make them understand what is the spectrum about and why it’s important.So in order to know what’s good,a person should know what’s bad.We should not only teach them the good manners to inculcate in one’s life but also bad habits to avoid.You can’t prevent bad things from happening unless the person is told what is bad.Not telling them about this will just make them furious and curious since an aspect of their freedom is being taken away waiting to be explored.

Censorship is valid in some contexts.For instance,there are shows full of violent content,right? We are just shown the show and it’s morality is left up to us to decide.Freedom at its full capacity.But what if a person or a child is incapable of making that decision and thinks about experimenting it out? Someone’s freedom will be taken away.The content is just a part of the trigger.The other part is our will to act.Both of these come together to form a whole trigger.So either we censor the content or spread moral awareness to disable the trigger.And the former is easier to do that’s why it feels so right – like teaching someone is tougher than not teaching them at all.So censorship may keep peace in the society but only a temporary one.It is not the final answer.

People don’t hate censorship of a particular content per se (maybe they do),what they hate is the censorship of freedom to create,explore and spread creativity.I may or may not like shows based on violence but I¬†won’t tolerate my freedom being taken away due to that,that is,through censorship.And censorship becomes more controversial when some people have more freedom than the others,like people in the government having more freedom & power to make moral decisions than me,for me.I should have made that decision because it doesn’t require any external force but someone else made it for me and that’s a threat to my freedom.But they are my representatives so why object? They represent my views after all.Well,I voted for them to make decisions for me that I am incapable of making myself – maybe taking care of plumbing system in the city? But I am very well capable of making a moral decision on my own without a representative.In that case,I am the main representative of me.So censorship is a pretty effective solution in short term but it is incapable of dealing with the dynamics of the world forever,especially the dynamics of mind and behavior of humans.