The Rant of the New Fabric

In the ever changing fabric of our society, everyone of us plays the part of a thread, woven together through norms, ethics and other such commonalities.
As this fabric gets stretched through external forces, therein appears gaps and shears and tears between the fabric itself, pushing and pulling each thread apart from one another.
We now as a society living in an urban center, need to decide which group of thread we belong to. This decision will create strict grouping. This grouping will create differences. Non-tolerance will lead to war of the civil type. Tolerance will lead to a fabric of the most-wanted type, more versatile than cotton, more valuable than silk and more flexible than synthetic nylon.

Things in your control: The decision to be tolerant of others’ opinion, no matter how different and opposite to your own.
Things not in your control: Everything else.

So, whattal’it”be stranger?

2 Comments so far

  1. leemz (unregistered) on August 7th, 2007 @ 12:15 pm

    All we need to remind ourselves is that in our country everone has the right to disagree without fear. Listening and respecting each other and there are ways to disagree with respect.Strange it is, that men should admit the validity of the arguments for free discussion.Constructive criticism should always be appreciated.

    By the contradiction of our opinion we can have a better and deeper understanding of subject under investigation.Improving not only ourselves but society at large.

    In the end i just wanna say your selection of appropriate words to describe and connect your idea couldn’t have been more perfect.

    Stay beautiful :)

  2. SMalik (unregistered) on August 7th, 2007 @ 4:41 pm

    @LEEMZ,Totally agree fabulous piece of writing- how can we be more tolerate and respectful for others breathing space when we are always ready to “teach lesson “even on slightest provocation and trifle in BEECH BAZAR.words like Excuse-me, thank-you are align to us. A long way to go to have a gay parade in Lahore!PLz Plz dnt stone me to death!!!!

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