In India of the recent ages, people are on the move for employment, for better quality of life.
There are usual problems of how the migrants need to strive hard for survival in the competition and literally in life. Other than money, food and other basic amenities, have you ever pondered the cultural shock one faces?
India is a beautiful celebration of its cultural shock.There’s communal tension almost in everything and about everything, but it’s just that some choose to endorse it or some ignore it and instead work for a living.
But what can be done about it. Only if the people can understand what they want and recenter their priorities. We forget the youth who take us into the future.
It’s not just that the communalism that affects them, but also the culture of cosmopolitanism that they need to accept it and live according to that. Many are lost in depression, many are lost in “instant gratification”. This leads to unhealthy mindsets and lifestyles and often face psychological problems in their future. They are constantly, just sad.
What is about these big cities, though. Are they huge sucking stomachs which churn out the life out of people or do they actually have something to make us understand and see the bigger life with increased opportunities?
Or maybe we are just breaking our heads for nothing so complicated. Cities are as simple we can think it is. A larger town with just a few more cultural shocks added to it. The youth becomes more tolerable to these cultures if they learn to accept them without thinking too much and love themselves for whatever they are. That makes them healthier in mind, in thoughts and in intentions.