By Subrata Mukherjee
In love with Golapi, Subratagolapi!
The matter of interest is ever-changing in the human mind. The undulating flow of human thought in the general and specific spheres of life is always in practice in its attachments with the acts of life. The genuine interest is undefined and cannot be pinpointed as something that is earmarked for any instant or further reference of human acts and words.
In this modern age of affairs it is very difficult to find what is meaningful in the truest sense of action. A student goes to educational institution to achieve lessons of education but gets a lot more than the necessity in the life. As a result, the level of education in the life of the modern day student is dotted with all forms of variations but lack of objects for which that student opted to go to the educational institution.
Everyone today is in double thought about his or her genuine interest in the life, not for multiplicity of thought but for attaining genuinity of interest. It is not so easy to understand the importance of being a part of the society rather it is very difficult to find a genuine interest in our work and thought.
Conflicts of interest are the most deciding factors in the world of human society. Haves and haven’t are always conspicuous in the human world making way to different thought of interest. What is right for the haves and rich are beyond imagination for the haven’ts and poor.
The little and the big interests are all the demands and desires of the haven’ts and the haves respectively resulting the widening gap in the society.
In reality the world of humans are divided into two big halves, for the poor in one half and of the rich in the other. Poor people are subject to accept anything at the cost of mercy in the hands of the rich.
The genuine interest in the side of the downtrodden has always been misjudged and neglected by the vested interest of the rich people and the angle of the view to bring an equilibrium in the human society gets a wrong alignment since the day of the initiation of the civilization.
Abridged from the original version ,”The genuine interest!” By Subrata Mukherjee.
The New World (Natun Prithibi)