We ex­cel in blam­ing game

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - AFREEN MIRZA

Crit­i­cize is all what we do now a days, be it on the mat­ters of pol­i­tics, en­ter­tain­ment or even any family mat­ters. To­day is the time when ev­ery body is run­ning af­ter fa­cil­i­ties and dur­ing this marathon they for­get that the peo­ple run­ning with them are too hu­mans. This is the grave fact about our so­ci­ety that peo­ple here just know how to crit­i­cize and pass sub­stan­dard com­ments on oth­ers, for­get­ting the fact that they are do­ing the same thing. But they do not see what they are do­ing or what their family and friends are do­ing, they just want to achieve ev­ery­thing and if they can’t they won’t let any­thing else to get those things.

Cur­rently the panama leaks is­sue is in the lime­light. When the first list was pub­lished name of our Prime Min­is­ter was men­tioned in it, at that time other lead­ers were crit­i­ciz­ing him with­out even think­ing that their name could also be there in the sec­ond list. And now when the sec­ond list is pub­lished, the names of those lead­ers are men­tioned therein and now our Prime Min­is­ter is crit­i­ciz­ing them. So what is this? For­get­ting all other works of our lives, we have started play­ing blame games. This is not the case with our politi­cians only, the same sce­nario goes with our show­biz peo­ple, our sports in­dus­try. I just want to say that if we start notic­ing our acts and our deeds and blame our­selves only for our wrong deeds, we would def­i­nitely be able to live a happy and a pros­per­ous life. —Karachi

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