Page 3HULCHAL Volume 1, Issue 3
Doom of Morality
Envision a bee stuck in a spiders web, struggling, baffled and known of its coming doom, similarly morality is stuck in the web of desires. How could you possibly in-struct a teenager today after what is being manifested on the television (promotionof alcohol, drugs, influence of celebrities, fashion of clothing, live-in relationships).
There was an era when friendship was respected, now it’s so called “friends withbenefits”. Morality has vaporized as the like of Water.
Development has ruined decency, its universal today to have children before mar-
riage, the newspapers are full of sexual assault on women’s, there is killing for mere
amount of money, children, small children are made to work, female child is killedin the wombs, Is this the world we want to live in? Is this we called development? Television, internet, parties, alcohol, drugs; we have given up everything for them.
It’s not we who are consuming them; it’s they who are consuming us. Our morality is being consumed and as a result it’s scarce now. Morality is doomed.
Everyone wants their sisters, their mothers, and their wives to be respected but arenot willing enough to respect other women folk. It seems correct to remark a women passing by but becomes intolerable when done to our own. What kind of demons have we turned into?Morality is to differentiate between good and bad, right and wrong. Are we really capable of distinguishing? We are living our lives with unknown desires; we are just walking without any clue of the destination. We have become so heedless of moral values that we want to accomplish our desires at any cost. In present morality is
vanished but convincingly in future people won’t know it ever existed.
Apurv DadhichGuided by
Mr. Puneet Bafna (Faculty ISBM)