Human life is meaningless without a peaceful society, as we say we are social beings. Religion is one of the major factors of a man’s life but not the only. It is natural that everyone has his own opinion to lead his life, it is basic right also. Religious views give you the mental strength and inspiration of doing good works. It is not the thing that make you different from others, but make you able to mix up with others in a good way.
In Sri Lanka explosions, many of people blame Muslims for such attacks, as they are affected at Christchurch before. As a result, Muslims are attacked by many extremist Sri Lankans. Is this right? We all know terrorism has no religion. But everytime whenever we get chances to blame a particular community, we start to attack them physically and mentally. I think it is one kind of blame game by the wicked people of the world.
I think the word “Dumb” represents us best. We do not stand against a thing strongly until we are effected by it. It is a wiseman saying, “Prevention is better than cure.” But we are not serious about prevent terrorism in our society. As a result, after some days massive destructions happened and we mourned for some days and finally we forget. This is the chain what we do. It will be more better, if we stand strongly against terrorism in the society stopping the blame game. Terrorist groups are using people from our society. So, the people of a conscious society can not involve in such works.
No religion support misdeeds. A strong follower of a religion will not do any harmful thing for the society. Blaming religion for attacks is meaningless. This is no matter that you are progressive or conservative, you ethical strength matters. Right practice of religion will make you stronger in moral values. Because religions are the way of leading one’s life in correct way.
It is our world and we are the saviour of our community, our society, our country and our mother world. Young leaders can play a great role in this field. So, it is high time, we should stay united from our region to our religion.