What is life

Life is many things and none of us will be here if we all didn’t have a purpose. 

What is life in one word?

Life is a journey of multiple experiences. 

We are living life like a hell, we humans nowadays, not living our life to the fullest. We always comparing our life to another individual. As we knew grass is always greener on the other side.

One we all live with the mantra grass is greener on my side. So we started to think to live life to the fullest. 

Nowadays, people are not just living their lives. They are just passing days in hope of survival.

As we all know the current situation of the economy. Due to the coronavirus pandemic whole world economy has come to crisis. 

Many poor souls have lost their lives in this pandemic. 

Many poor daily wage laborers, farmers, and salaried employees who lost their jobs to the pandemic when several selfish organization asks to leave their employees without giving them any time to think. 

The thing is I am not blaming any particular industry, an organization it is just that people nowadays especially farmers, salaried employees, and daily wage laborers, small business are just making little money to survive and feed their families with little on their plate so they will not die with hunger. 

People do not have time to think about how they are living their lives as they are struggling to earn enough to buy bread and butter for their families to feed. 

Life is a question that can’t be answered in one word or a single sentence. 
Life is what you do, what you love, what you hate, what you dislike. 
Precisely life is a journey and after that life happens. 

India is a developing country as we all know. However, we also know in our developing country the rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting poorer.

India got Independence in 1947, India is the seventh-largest country in the world. Population of 135.26 crores ( 2018 ) which is the second-largest population in the world after China. 

India has celebrated 74th Independence Day on 15th August 2020. India has rapidly growing in all business and information technology etc. 

But still, after 74 years of Independence, we do not have a single smart city in which we are fully developed. Still comparing with other countries which are smaller in size, money and manpower are doing great in terms of technology and development.

A. China 

China officially the people’s republic of china is a country in East Asia. It is the world populous country with a population of around 1.4 billion in 2019.

Covering approximately 9.6 million square kilometers. It is the world’s third or fourth-largest country by area.

China is developing its education system with an emphasis on science, mathematics, and engineering.

China is also a developing country but china has eight smart cities. 

A. Beijing

B. Shanghai

C. Shenzhen

D. Hangzhou

E. Chengdu

F. Wuhan 

G. Guiyang

China has organized the Summer Olympics in Beijing in the year 2008. 

As compared to this still 74 years of Independence.

India has four metropolitan cities namely Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkatta.

In which none of them is fully developed.

B. Japan

Japan is an island country in East Asia located in the northwest Pacific Ocean. 

Japan was a poor country now Japan is the third-largest national economy in the world, after the United States and China.

Japan is a leading nation in scientific research, particularly in natural science and engineering. 

The Covid-19 is a global spinning health and socio-economic crisis. Our country has witnessed enough disturbing visuals of discrimination, hunger, and poverty as well. 

The daily wage workers across the country who migrate from towns and a village living in a city as tough. While one can find food, but given the sky-high real state prices, a roof on the head’s is a task.

That’s how a cluster of slums springs up. 

The lack of private sanitation facilities, dingy, congested, and dense population make these slum pockets a breeding ground for the viruses. 

This is a story of lakhs of daily wage workers across the country.

The root cause lies in the fact that in the village, the only know source of livelihood is farming.

The youth isn’t exposed to other sources. These dwellings we see around us, all over the country are a result of a rise in migration primarily for earning a livelihood which is possible only in big cities and towns.

In India youth who are working in multinational companies are working like slaves. Working 9.5 hours to 16 hours a day. Sill companies want more production from them.

Human current life span in India is 69.16 years ( 2019 ). Source Include: World Bank. 

To be precise I am not pointing out all multinational companies. People who are working in BPO has health issues because of doing night shifts. As they are living their life opposite to nature.

This will lead to health issues: digestive problems, sleep disorders, eyesight problems, and depression are associated with BPO jobs. 

Smoking/Alcohol consumption: Most people working in BPO’s are in their twenties or early thirties. So it is very obvious, that they often use to smoke as they have to work at night.

People also tend to gain weight as most of the time they are sitting in their small cubicle.

God has given you life today for a reason. One of the best discoveries of your life is to discover why God has given you life. – Rey Anduvate. 

Hard work is worthless for those that don’t believe in themselves. 

Life may look complicated but God is not confused.

Life is a journey, not a destination learn to enjoy the ride. 

Sometimes the blurs in your life are the best parts.

Every life is worth it. You need to know that you are wonderful because, at the end of every road, there is a rainbow. Take control, be consistent. This is your life. 

Life is just a word but it cannot be described by an individual in just one word. 

Life is a creation of God as we were told by our ancestors and we all should be grateful that we have a life to live. 

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© Himanshu Singh, 2020

4 responses to “Life”

  1. Thank you so much for taking the time for sharing your opinions with us….. really worth it. I appreciate your consideration about this… 👍👍👍


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