Our life is bounded by some fixed rules. I am being a member of the society is not out of these bindings. To remain in some bindings is taught in our very childhood through the instructions of dos and don’ts. Thus gradually we become acquainted with the rules in vogue in the society and become the disciplined and social member of the society. But along with this learning some observations and perceptions also help us to mould our nature and behaviour and which ultimately affect our action.
Now, whenever one wants to give a little twist in these chalked out rules, either good or bad, he is bound to face comments which will be filled in with either appreciation or criticism. Such a person should have the courage and confidence to bear the criticisms . And if he thinks and his conscience supports his action or activities and those actions or activities are saturated with all well wishes and with a view not to do any harm to the society or its people then appreciation of such work either today or tomorrow is a must.
So, it is necessary to see that whatever we do must be done honestly. If required a diversion from the set rules is, I think, not an offence. Swami Vivekananda said, ” Never think you can make the world better and happier.” So, what should we do then? We should offer our service , the disinterested service towards the humanity.
Service to humanity is service to God.