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Each day survival is becoming tougher....a reality which we try to evade to discuss in the virtual world even...those who hav to satisfy a gr8 many in their lives are facing this and also those who want to make a niche for themselves in life n career...with rising prices of commodities and fast depletion of resourses..when can we reach any solution to all this increasing competition?? Is this actually making way towards some colossal disaster wen all system to administrate fail ?? wen can a positive picture evolve out of all this??

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Asked by sumita ganguly, 26 Jan '10 03:23 pm
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It is the nature's way of ensuring that only the fittest survive. It is the weak with little or no problem solving ability who reels under the severe outset of troubles during changing times. Those who are brave, stand up to face the challenges; and smile even while surmounting the trials, troubles and tribulations. The dropouts seek escape in suicide. No, the world would not end. It is moving towards the better times. Let us be optimistic and anticipate that the things would turn better, not that the prices would come down or we will not be able to make it, but we will be able to overcome the obstacles. We will emerge as winner.
Answered by Jack Johnson, 03 Feb '10 08:11 am

 
  
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Bejan Daruwala has said that things are looking up.
Answered by joyoti sen, 30 Jan '10 10:20 pm

 
  
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Welcome to 61 years of a choc-a-bloc every growing population of India. With such growing numbers ya can always look ahead to begin squeezier and tougher in all aspects of daily LIFE. And the worst is yet to come. Smile please :-)

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Answered by Saj Sierra, 27 Jan '10 10:31 pm

 
  
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I came across this question and was quite amazed to see the frankness in it and raise an issue which appears to be non issue for many members.

Earlier I raised few question on hypocrisy and masquerading. However, as a late entrant in the discussion, I still feel it is non issue for many of the members. The reason may be manifold. May they are quite ashamed to admit their problems. May they have no problem at all. May be it is an academic issue rather than live issue. May be it is an issue for others and not them. Or may in a virtual life, real issues are not favorite subjects.

When the common man shows such attitude, it is easily understood what can be their contribution to the glaring issues. People are more concerned about boosting their artificial image than admitting anything. If grilled, they appear to have no concept about the root of the problem and show their awareness by calling the politicians by foul names. Just look at my questions that I posted today. The leaders/ ...more
Answered by soumyen sarkar, 30 Jan '10 08:58 pm

 
  
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Every phase in the evolution of man has seen some crisis or other and each time, I am sure mankind thought - this is the beginning of the end. There are so many periods in history when people must have given up all hope. I would just mention a few of historical importance that effected a large part of the humankind. The Black death plagues in the 14th Century of Europe, Central Asia, China etc wiped out almost one third of the then population, an astounding 200 million. Fast forwarding to the 20th Century, the 2nd World War brought so much of havoc and misery to a world that was still struggling to recover from the devastating economic woes of the 1930s recession. As it raged on, destroying land and people, many at that time thought this is the end and we aren't going to recover from the catastrophe of this magnitude. Close to 80 million were dead of which nearly 60 million were civilians. But more than the deaths were the devastation caused for the simple substenance of human kind and ...more
Answered by Omega, 06 Feb '10 09:02 pm

 
  
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Very true dear Sumita, but what are the ways in changing all this? What can one suggest? Having a discussion is fine, but here in rediff its just getting answers and it does not go into discussion. Wish your Q could be asked in the discussion slot somewhere. But anyway, the first important thing for this change is to use detergent and have all our leaders washed in the best washing machine so that all the evils they have in them can be cleaned. if not the youth of today should take the lead of leading the country and changing rules and also policies which allow corruption.
Answered by Wolverine Logan, 26 Jan '10 08:23 pm

 
  
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This is what i discussed a little while ago in the questions section...Hollywood movies reflect the similar concern....but the more terrific it is...it brings some good things as well....but definitely life is getting more challenged day by day....
Answered by Nashaat Quadri, 26 Jan '10 07:54 pm

 
  
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U r right life is becoming difficult day by day.
Answered by Tushar Kher, 26 Jan '10 05:38 pm

 
  
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Instead of looking out, look inwards and you will realize how beautiful the world is, in spite of the so-called problems. Has the cuckoos stopped singing ? Has the birds stopped chirruping ? Has the flowers stopped blossoming ? Then why we only should be crying, instead of going about our life cheerfully ?
Answered by Jayaraman V, 26 Jan '10 04:29 pm

 
  
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Every thing has a saturation point and I think this society has reached its limit and now it has to collapse or slow down.
Answered by Mathi Sankaramoorthy, 26 Jan '10 04:12 pm

 
  
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