Ah! The Decaying Society


Well undoubtedly knowing that we are living in 21st century where materialism has spurred our mind body and soul, on a serious note we need to think over it sagaciously.

Where an orphan girl yearns for a single so so looking dress on her wedding day with some artificial jewellery and a pair of fine sandals, on the other side of the coin the “elites” get involved in prodigal expenditures for the wedding of their children. We are living in a society, where majority of people are dying of malnutrition & are left with no shelter due to recent calamity of floods and the other half is trying to lose weight, build up palaces, and waste tons of food that is being spilled on the roads for stray dogs to feed on and grow.

I wonder, how humanity is being poisoned inside the hearts of  the people that literally leaves me enervated. Humans where created by Allah (SWT)  to carry out good deeds, to look after the orphans, to look after the widows, to help the starving nations, to help everyone and not to discriminate on the basis of rich or poor.

And the most miserable thing here is what we call as “Capitalism” that has strangled economies to an extent where exploitation has become a norm for success and where rich are getting richer and poor are getting poorer and people choose not to care.

The children of elites feel proud in being called as the “spoilt brats” of their parents and unfortunate on their part that our society is turning into a cynical disposition.

More than class we need a better build up society, More than greed we need humanity, More then cunningness we need kindness and society without these would turn violent.

Instead of the lingering wasting disease that people owe in our society, they rather should come out from their cozy cocoons and heap up in helping the orphan girls and make the place a better place to live in.

Humaira Nazir


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