I am an Indian. My name, age, gender, religion, caste, economic status, educational background, profession, place of residence, etc. are not important.
I am proud to be an Indian, but I’m aware there are many aspects of life in India that need improvement or correction. If these aspects of life are changed for the better, life in India will improve, not only for me, but also for my fellow-citizens, particularly those who are less privileged than I.
In almost all matters, I have not created the problem.
In almost all matters, I am partly responsible for keeping the problem alive because I am, knowingly or unknowingly, willingly or unwillingly, a perpetrator, participant, beneficiary, victim, or bystander.
Since I am partly responsible for these problems being kept alive, I share the responsibility to solve these problems.
Others share the responsibility, maybe more so, for solving these problems.
But, I will not wait for others to act.
I will start contributing to solutions to these problems.
Hopefully, others will do the same. If not, I’ll try to make them do so.
If many persons start contributing to solutions to these problems, each in her/his own way, these problems will be resolved or reduced.
This is not easy. It will take a lot of time and effort, and there will be many obstacles to overcome
But, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
So, I’ll start with a single step.
I’ll be proactive.
I’ll be a proactive Indian.