Sometimes we are so confined to our knowledge that we are stuck there. I was listening to something interesting and it was certainly food for thought. We are often told "Dil dhadakne do", else we exist no more. Have we ever thought over it? Does life really not exist when the heart is not beating? On the very first go our thought is "no heart, no life", that is what we have been thought in schools. Now let's dig in a little. A zygote is known as life in the mother's womb or the beginning of a human. A zygote is the union of the sperm cell and the egg cell. Now, this zygote lives in the mother's body without a heart for around 20 days. The heart starts to beat only after that. Now the very funda of life is questionable with that. :) When life's funda can change, so can anything, we just got to be open to things beyond known.
We live in the world of internet these days. Information is on our finger tips. We love clicking and forwarding anything and everything we see and recieve on our phones. Are we judicious enough to understand and see the things behind it? We spend a certain time watching what we like, reading what interests us and listening to what we need. We at times comment and/or reply with our feedbacks and show our gratitude to a certain programs which helped us in a certain way. Period. Forcing someone to follow or harassing someone to perform a certain act is totally unethical and shows lack of maturity in all sense. Being a techie, I understand how a certain things work on social media. Every social media has a hyperlink to the investor. Everytime I click a ceratin link, or engage in a video watching, the stakeholder is making money. Fair enough! Not my problem. If there is a way to make money, there are people to make use of it. And that's human. We cannot expect everyone to think ethicall