KATHMANDU, Aug 4: A couple of months ago we witnessed a major political event in the country. A castle of hope for most of us, the Constituent Assembly (CA) was dissolved, leaving us in disarray.
For a political analyst there may be various levels of interpretations for this but the political leaders have their own versions of the story and reasons to start the blame game again.
It was nothing new about what we saw in the failure of the CA, with the government announcing re-elections sometime in April. I doubt that is going to take place on time but my point here is that it’s just human tendency not to accept things in a positive light.
We all have trained our minds or have been brought up in such a way that we cannot accept change smoothly, even when there is an urgent need of it. It is the same with our leaders and their ego and pride. They are not letting go of it and hence the problem wasn’t solved and still isn’t solved.
I think we all need an ideology in life. We should have a definite way of thinking and living and hold a strong viewpoint towards certain things in life. But sticking too much on a thought can never be good.
I have seen many of my friends having problems in letting go of things they are attached to, especially in relationship. If one can easily accept the fact that people come and people go in life, then break ups wouldn’t be hurtful at all.
Life is beautiful because there are changes and I think we should be ready for it. Change is not always devastating but it can be for the better. If we only develop a positive attitude and decide to move on, life will prove that “everything happens for a reason and for the better.”
The outer world is a mere representation of our thoughts. It will appear the way we want it to appear.
The writer is a BBA graduate from Tribhuvan University.