Videos

Recommended

Popular Tags

Translates

Little people

When we look at the people, who live in slums, we consider us to be quite successful on their background. However, we are "little people" too for those who live better than we do - it's the world financial elites.

When I was in India, in almost all the cities directly along the streets I saw a lot of people who live in slums or even just in cartons.They work as servants of wealthy people, in other low-paid places. They are called "little people", and their perception of their place in this world is about the same as cats and dogs in the owners’ house.

Citizens pass their slums and cartons, trying to ignore these "not fully human people"."Little man" understands and accepts their status of inferior man from birth, and thus he does not consider it necessary even to change something in his life.He is the one whom he was born, and it makes no sense to strive for a better life.

Looking at the "little people", we consider us to be quite successful on their background. After all, we live in normal comfortable conditions, got good education, so found the prestigious job with a high salary, we have beloved wives and wonderful children. However, we are "little people" too for those who live better than we do - it's the world financial elites.We are the same second-class citizens for them who live along their life line, for which they race in their Rolls-Royce at great speed.

Ofcourse, weseeacertaininjustice inthis, weunderstandthatwearemanipulatedanddeceived partly. Our work is also used to get super profits, and we have to be satisfied with a little.But what have we done to change our life and world? Byandlarge, anything, wemadenoeffortsforchanges. And we pass this unfair world to our children and grandchildren, so that they continue to live in the same way as we do. Generations will be alternated without changing anything. Butisthisfair? No! I propose to stop this cycle of injustice in the world and change our lives for the better with the Change the World Together!

Aleksey Мuratov

 

  • October 14, 2016 5:26 PM MSK
  • 0 comments
  • 1,411 views
0 comments