Generation gap won’t let India to grow

A few days back, I was attending a wedding of a family friend and suddenly my uncle called me. It was a group of like eight people sitting together and discussing something. My uncle asked, “So what about future, what do you want to become?”

I replied, ” Currently, I am meeting and making connections with high profile people. So in that occassion only I want to do a business in future.”
My uncle laughed, “Hahaha!…..business? Why are you studying then?”
Another uncle said, “Nothing is good as compared to government jobs.”
My uncle said, ” Absolutely right, bas sarkari job lag jaye ladke ki, fir to bas aish hai. bas 1-2 ghante kaam karna hai fir ac main bethkar mazze plus job security, fir pension aur life mast”
AFTER 5 MINUTES:
Someone started another topic and all of them started feeling bad about what is happening in India.
One uncle said, ” India will never rise, ministers won’t let that happen.”
Suddenly I realized something and I left the place.
I realized how can someone expect India to grow when their own mindset is to sit free in government jobs.
Its so easy to sit together after a long time in groups and pity ministers of India but when the question is asked to those groups “beta kya karna chahta hai? and the reply is ” sarkari job lag jaye, aish hai fir toh”
CONCLUSION:
Personal Transformation is National Transformation.
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Yadhuvir Singh is a sales and marketing coach, a motivational speaker, a writer, a lifestyle coach, a spiritual teacher and at last an engineering student.
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