The world is a busy place. Everyone seems busy with their lives, work, and other commitments. No one has time to look after fellow other beings. We are mostly concerned about ourselves and our loved ones…
Most of us wake up, hit the gym, go to our respective workplaces or institutions, finish our work by 6 pm and come back home, take a rest and chill with our family. Our social life starts and ends within the limited boundary and we often don’t think of anything beyond because of course nobody has time.
As already stated we are only concerned about our near and dear ones, the world around us seems to be a happy one where everything is peaceful and perfect but at times, we forget that there’s always a dark side to everything. We finish our work by 10 pm and sleep peacefully thinking of our pending actions to be completed by the next day but there’s an “INDUSTRY” that never sleeps, that is full of pain, hatred, tears, and whatnot. We never raise questions about that industry because we consider ourselves as “respected people” of the society and apparently achhe Ghar ke log aise nahi karte.
We sleep while they expect someone to come and help them escape the burning hell. Yes, the people there have seen hell on earth. They seem helpless. Some are either forced into it or some are there as a result of human trafficking. Some are there for financial and monetary issues while others survive there because they have nothing else to do. No, I am not talking about any other industry but those whose lives are under the RED LIGHT🌆…..
BAJMC 3RD year
Birla Global University