Wednesday, October 5, 2022

We are responsible to make changes

Every human being has a role to play in life. Any role played by an individual may contribute to personal or societal growth. Individuals in the society have different levels of responsibility depending on the hierarchy of the social structure and individuals’ dependent on them.
Responsibility is the act of being held accountable for one’s, actions with or without supervision. For one to be a responsible person, one must be disciplined, time conscious, and always be ready to defend his or her cause of action.
It is for sure that while trying to bring change, one will feel pain, even cry, lose your friends, your family might discourage you, people might hate you by seeing your good deeds. However, one must remember that Good deeds is not only about attending the church every Sunday, but it is about being generous, having a compassionate heart towards people, embracing them, helping others and oneself as well. The word embrace represents more just the symbolic act of holding on to a person who’s in need. Rather it is an act of spiritual and political consciousness that stems from a person of love, understanding, respect and acceptance.
Perhaps we are all fighting our own demons, what may seem trivial to you may just be biggest demons the other person is fighting. Let us take it upon ourselves to be empathetic towards other so that we can co- exist peacefully. A little kindness goes a long way in bringing about a change in our society (be kind)
Of course, we cannot deny the fact that we are living in a fallen world, where hatred, jealousy, selfishness, ego, self-centeredness exists in the society. Hence, the world and society have patterns or ways that lead to a broken life. Change is difficult in a world which is broken. If you want to see changes in our society then we need to shift our patterns and focus, by renewing our mind, changing the way we think to create a better life for yourself and a life that honours God. I often say you are never too old to set another goal or dream a new dream, because the best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today. Indeed, age has no bar anyone could bring change
In our society is every quick to outcast a person just because they do don’t fit into one stereotypes we indeed to learn to embrace the people who have been labelled as outcasts by society, help them to find their way back, support them as the fight their biggest battle yet ,if u have a chance to change one person for the better do it, the world needs more of individuals who bring a change however small it may be.
The problem today is people don’t cherish good people, they try to use them.
Biblical point of view.
Once a man was asked: what did you gain by regularly praying to God…? the man replied nothing, but let me tell you what I lost Anger, Ego, Greed, Depression, Insecurity and Fear of Death. Sometimes the answer to our prayers is not gaining but losing, which ultimately is a gain. Something this could bring change in our society.
Sometime we deeply regard our enabling to acknowledge each and every one of you individually, but we pray that God almighty bless you abundantly, knowing is not enough but we must apply willing is not enough we must do it to bring change in our society. As life could not be easy nevertheless hard either.
• Change is something we tend to fear and become anxious about because we do not feel in control of life. The good news is that God has a plan for your life that includes hope, future, and prosperity. We need to learn to trust in God and allow the change to grow us to become more like Jesus Christ.
We all live in a society, we are responsible for what happens in our society, and at the same time, it is our choice whether to take action, to change something or not. As part of a society, one should understand and work towards the betterment of the society always work toward a better society.
The technology world had great impact on human being life had become easy, so as death in hand. No one could predict life and death, why don’t we join hands together to bring change in our society.
Ngukato G Chishi,
(nikachishi@gmail.com)