Man is a social animal. It is his ethical and moral duty to take care of people around him. Social activities and services are of the various forms of serving people. John F. Kennedy held the opinion that only one person, if tries, can make a difference and everyone should try it. One must do whatever he/she can, with the resources available at a particular time and place. Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny wave of hope and those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.
There is neither greater joy nor greater reward than to make a fundamental difference in someone’s life.
– Mary Rose McGeady
In this era of globalization, social issues have been especially high lightened majorly by the efforts of electronic media. Several social non-governmental organizations are working throughout the world to resolve such issues. These organizations are playing a great role in sustaining a society on one hand and on the other, they are promoting social uselessness in a way that people addicted to drugs and alcohol get their food and other necessities from these organizations and do not consider the need of doing anything on their own behalf. Someone said that the price of inaction is far greater than making a mistake.
Instead of providing food on daily basis to these people, there is a need to get them aware of the harmful effects that they are causing to the society by their attitude and certain dangerous things that they may encounter in their lives.
No doubt, the idea of social organizations is very good and certain well organized establishments are working in this regard but the negatives of a thing must be counted along with the positive ones.
By: Aimon Tanvir Malghani