Saturday, June 13, 2009

The 'So What' Culture

Some youngsters like to say 'So What' when they are criticised for something that is not right for them to do. Instead of rectifying the wrong, they put up a front by saying these two words just to shut up those who want to point out the weaknesses of them.

Confucius has said, "Human beings are not saints. Who has not done wrong? Knowing one's wrong and trying to correct it is a good thing." Hence, the youngsters should thank those who point out their flaws and try to better themselves. After all, all of us are not infallible.

Let us do away with the 'So What' culture and be brave enough to admit our wrong and try to rectify it for our own good.

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