Nepal is in a process of change, political and socially. None of the nations are developed from the beginning. The people living in it have to work for its development and prosperity. Some of the really developed countries right now had to go through a lot of problems to reach where they are now. Fighting against the old ways is a hard job, everyone knows it, but you know what is harder? To build a new one that is even better than before. We Nepalese have all worked very hard to lift this country up to where it is now but we still have far more to go.
In Japan, people fought neglecting their lives to remove the “Tokugawa era” and bring “Meiji era” where people could live happily and where weak were not suppressed. Meiji era was their time of peace. In that time of era the country made a remarkable progress. One of the major political leader of that time once said, “Removing the old government is as easy as pulling out a weed in a garden but establishing a better government is more fucking harder than raising a child. So we all must work hand in hand and make this country a better place to live in.”
In my opinion, the best recipe for the progress of Nepal would be participation of the all the people. As I mentioned earlier, the lower people in Japan were not discriminated during the time of Meiji. From this we should learn that people must unite and work as one if we want to develop this country. We all are aware that our nation is famous for “unity in diversity” which means that even if our country is small in landmass, there are many different types of people living here. And there is religious tolerance between them. It is the exact reason why our country is in the stage where it is now. But the ‘unity in diversity’ feeling is slowly fading away from the heart of our people hence the result is that our country is lacking behind in developmental field. Therefore all the other feelings must be kept aside and we must work together to built this nation.
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There are problems in our society but one person points another and another points to another one. As a whole, we all are pointing to each other. So, the main problems of our country are ourselves and the solutions are also ourselves. We just expect other to come and do our jobs for us which is neither acceptable nor possible. Hence we must start the development from our own level and make this country a better place to live in.