Jun 25, 2018 in Exploratory

Dealing with an unfair man

The entire world is a potpourri of diversified things, in which billions of people lived. Among billions of people, every person has different perception, skills and thinking. This is a natural phenomenon that neither two person’s intentions nor perceptions are same. In this big world, there are hundreds of thousands of people who did several works. Actually, sometimes we get to irritate from motley works, but we always forget the thing which depicts that, if you have been assigning a social work then it means God has liked you and want you to perform that particular work. We are in the era of capitalization where the essence of globalization is on its peak in which a number of intelligent and sensible people have lived. The core prospective of this study is not to signify the stance of innovation and development. Actually, the main prospective of this study is answering a simple but a contradictory question. The question on which our entire research will be depended on is,

Does unfair treatment in any area of life make a person stronger or weaker?

To answer that particular question is inevitably neither a piece of cake nor an abstruse thing, but the answer can be given with the help of the bibliography of Elie Wiesel. Basically, we have to make the bibliography as the base to answer that question. Mr. Elie Wiesel had answered that particular question in his writing but to choose that point and then comprehend is quite difficult. First, we will define something about Mr. Elie and then shift our gears towards the main theme of this paper.

Elie Wiesel was born in 1944. “Arguably the most distinct and God”. Wiesel is the writer of the Jews. Growing up in a small village in Romania, his family, society and his childish faith were ruined ahead the inclusive experience of 36 machinery trade with Judaism, the Holocaust, and the moral responsibility of all people to attack hatred, racism and genocide (Fine, Ellen S, 1982). However, his world revolved around the family, dutiful revision, kinship and famous passage in Holocaust literature, his first book, Night, account for the deportation of his village in September 30, 1928, Eliezer Wiesel led a life representative of many Jewish children (Wiesel, Elie, 1995).

Literally, my thinking was quite changed before reading the bibliography of Elie Wiesel because I thought that the unfair treatment always leaves adverse effect on the mindset of a person and makes him weaker, but I was totally wrong. The dilemma of encountering with a person with an unfair means further strengthens the personality and confidence of that particular person. The concept is a little bit complex to grab tranquilly, but can be understood with the help of an example, which we will include in just a moment. Here I want to quote the words of William Shakespeare,

“I am indebt to those people who are with me, whenever I need them, and I specially thankful to those people who were reluctant to be with me during my bad time, because those people gave me power and due diligence to fought with all discretion and complexities of my life  brutally and solemnly”

The above mentioned statement of Mr. Shakespeare is more than enough to elaborate this particular topic, which manifested that unfair treatment will strengthen the energy, intentions, perception and due diligence of a person. I remembered when I was in 2nd year of the collage, some of the professor and my class mates said to me, that “I can’t do any thing”. I am a person with strong intentions, so I took the argument as a challenge rather than a critic and due to this argument, I have endowed myself to boost myself and my career pertinently and show the same to my seniors. Now, let’s come towards the example which I promised just earlier to put from the bibliographic review of Mr. Elie Wiesel. Mr. Wiesel was the man of prosperity and courage who was very much concerned for the freedom of Jewish. He had provoked a new soul in the bodies of their Jew brothers to not to give up in an circumstances, and likelihood his words his Jew brother did the same, although they had received a lot of critics and had been treated outrageously and with the totally unfair means but these departments didn’t loose their intentions for setting up a new and separate nation for them (Wiesel, Elie, 1999). Weisel’s own words regarding their heroes are the best to explain this whole article,

“Let us remember, let us remember the heroes of Warsaw, the martyrs of Treblinka, the children of Auschwitz. They fought alone, they suffered alone, they lived alone, but they did not die alone, for something in all of us died with them”

Some people never dies, they are the one who are the founders, leaders and soul provoker and the name of those people will always be written with the golden ink because they are still alive in our heart and will until the eternity.

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