Jis tarha taaray chamaktay hain andheri raat main …
Mistakes are normal, leaving them un-noticed uncorrected is not.
Often we find people making mistakes as minor as spitting on roads to as big as missing a lifetime opportunity to grow. When someone is making such a mistake, a Rahnuma around will indicate the mistake delicately and will point out what the right course of action should be. In contrary, there are people, watching us making mistakes after mistakes. They pass by us without letting us know where did we go wrong.
See, how Rahnuma and the spectators differ! Yet another difference is that Rahnuma just not only mentions our weaknesses for the sake of criticism but to help us improve ourselves.
Is it easy to tell others their weaknesses?
What if the one making mistakes does not welcome the suggestions and feels bad being pointed out?
What if we have a fear of losing someone dear to us by telling them what they lack?
What if we let them do what they want, after all it is their life?
Well, here comes the job of the people of knowledge. Knowledge does not come without responsibility. If we know what is going wrong with a person and the person can improve his/her life, we are bound to tell them… To help others choose right option and to guid them to right path is what guiding star does and what a leader has to do…
“And let there be [arising] from you a nation inviting to [all that is] good, enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong, and those will be the successful.”