Let’s Be Friends

“God’s work in creation is too wonderful, too ancient, too beautiful, too good to be desecrated.”
We very finely know that we all are the creatures of one God. Everybody has their sole purpose of performing in this life span and at the end have to meet at one single place, from where all this started. But why are we willingly forgetting such things? Why are we widening the gap among ourselves?
Here is a list of people who really need to place their differences aside and befriend each other for the sake of humanity and the one true God who created us all.

1. India-Pakistan

It has been 68 years since Pakistan was separated from India, but the Cold War is still on. The separation promised prosperity and growth among the Hindus and Muslims, which was against the idea of Bapu. But he still agreed to it as the assurance was peace. But what peace do we see now? Is this actually peace? The only answer to this question is, there are no religions in the eyes of God. We had created such norms that lead to a wrong understanding and have become one of the biggest reasons for inhumanity. Even these physical boundaries were created by us and not by God himself. Why can’t we accept that nothing belongs to us? It’s all God’s creation, we dwell in it, and we must all appreciate it in unity?

2. Humans-Nature

Humans aren’t the only thing that God created. In fact, nature came into existence way before we did.

Also, it is a compliment to us given by God rather than a need! But what are we doing on our part? Are we complementing each other equally? Are we giving in return something to this nature? No! However, we are doing our best to destroy it. Nature provides us with life, and we are totally ruining it for our personal benefits. And believe me, we have become more selfish than we have ever been before! And definitely, we will face the consequences if we do not stop destroying nature. The earthquakes and the floods are the outcomes of our sins.

3. the 90s-19s

Here I am not talking about the two different eras, but the two different ages. The point here is related to an old age person and a new generation. Here we can’t exactly blame one party, and both generations are equally wrong on their part. None of them is ready to accept each other, their views, their workings. And the differences start within the walls of our homes. The relation between the grandparents and their grandchildren is not very pleasant. In fact, the children aren’t even ready to listen to their parents. The problem is the generation gap. These situations are made worse when children send their old parents or grandparents to old age houses instead of caring for them! The solution to this problem can only be mutual understanding and respecting each other’s experiences and knowledge.

4. Rich-Poor

A country is said to be powerful when it is economically strong. And the economy of the country lies within the people of the country. Though nobody willingly wants to be poor, one cannot escape it without complete determination and hard work. And similarly, everybody wishes to be rich, but when good times start coming, nobody wants to change it. Have you ever thought of how these changes in our lives affect different people? We need to understand that we have a lot more responsibilities outside our own personal life. Our social responsibility tells us that we need to narrow the gap between the rich and the poor. And bridge the gap between the rich and the poor. W e can truly develop the economy of our country when this gap is filled

“While I know myself as a creation of God, I am also obliged to realize and remember that everyone else and everything else is also God’s creation.”

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