1) Surrendering and Forgiving
Forgiveness is what we need, without having the sense of forgiveness; all citizens cannot have the sense of oneness and belonging, so we need to understand the power of forgiveness and compassion. By understanding and allowing for forgiveness of oneself and others, including our ancestors and our collective past, we can let go of guilt, shame and fear. We then no longer need to uphold the same grievances from one generation to another. As we forgive others, we forgive ourselves and vice versa.
2) Understand our authentic selves
One should understand the changes we can make in order and speak with our ‘inner’ cohesive authority and thereby helping us to promote harmony and peace in the country and in the world.
Sharing is love, so one need to go out and share this healing process with others. May be of the cultures, Norms, Values or any information. Practicing this process can transform ourselves, others and our communities and India.
4) Responsibility Citizens
We should be a responsible person living in the country( India), responsibility for one’s own part in any conflict, imbalance, tension, and grievance or problem with courage, honesty, and humility, even if one does not feel personally involved in conflict.
Points to overcome the situation of North-East…
1) All Indian citizenship should think what really makes you different from another race, and in what ways you are alike.
2) It is good to encourage your family and friends to respect and understand other races. Or if possible should be taught in the school/colleges/ University.
3) As enjoying one governance, it’s good to be open to people from other races. Usually when you like someone that's a different race, you will respect that race because you like the person, and likewise
4) Especially the new Indian should not be shy away from learning about other cultures or races.
5) Forget stereotypes; everyone is different. Some people do fit the stereotype, but the majority of people are different. Some are with flat nose, chinki eyes, black, brown and white. Its one’s uniqueness.
6) Educate yourself, stay informed. Learn more our country and location. Racism is largely rooted in ignorance that in turn leads to negative stereotyping. One should have to keep an open mind, step outside your shell, and read and learn as much as you can about other cultures, races, languages, etc. Knowledge is power.
7) If you meet someone of a different race that you hate, dislike, or don't care for, you don't have to disrespect their race, just disrespect that person (everyone has issues with other people at some point).
“Lead India, Open Us new Hope, New Door, We need equality and let us strengthen our Country”
Khamlianlal@Khams Zotal(Student social workers’)
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