Modi – The New Hope for India
Updated: Dec 22, 2022
I am generally a very optimistic person. At work, I am known as a person who brings positive energy into the team. And because of who I am, I like similar people around me.
Today I heard Narendra Modi speak – the chief minister of an Indian state called Gujarat. He was addressing a young and bright crowd of under grads at one of Delhi university’s colleges. What I liked about him and his speech was the optimism he brought. Very logically he argued why his optimism for the future of India can become a reality.
To put his message across he picked up the glass of water he was drinking from and said – the optimists in you would say that the glass is half full and the pessimists would say that the glass is half empty. However, I would go one step ahead and say that the glass is completely full – half with water and half with air. Therefore I am very hopeful about India’s future, all we need to do is to change perspective.
And I say indeed, change perspective about the way we look at our lives and at others. I went out with a few friends for dinner yesterday to a not-so-cheap Indian restaurant. It was hurting me to see a couple in the group had left over so much of food on their plates. It is a lot of hard work to earn money and we should be thankful that we are getting to eat good food. It is easy to blame the government for everything on a dinner table eating good food – but really what are we doing that we can atleast do in our capacity?? Nothing I would say. At least stop wasting food. If the sum total of all cosmic energy remains the same in the world at all times, then the food we just wasted in some form would have been more useful for somebody else.
Let’s do the little things that we can to make this world a better place please. And let’s provide our full support to those who are hopeful about this. This speech gives me a lot of confidence that he could just be the thinking that India needs at the moment.