Society Makes the criminal.
Society Makes the criminal. BY sal¶ni-Dtxit As the divine Gautam Buddha righty quoted, “All that we are, is a result of everything we have thought. The mind is everything! All that we think, we become! Scientific Research has proven that the human species is the most intelligent species of all. And what distinguishes it from all the other billions species in the world? The choice of making their own decisions. The ability to shape their own future. It is a fact that every person is a unique indivisual.
Therefore, whether to be an honest, sincere human or to be a roguish, dishonest crook is but an individual’s choice. Every person in a specific group or society is responsible for their own disposition, and their own reputation. Not every person who lives in a violent surrounding or who has had a traumatized past stimulates violence. Owing to the fact that there are 7 billion people in the world, every tenth person goes through the same situation. If so, why aren’t everyone criminals?
Every person knows exactly how to shape themselves, he Is held accountable for his wn destiny and thus he establishes control on his thoughts and his own mind. For example, how would you explain two brothers living In the same society, the same surrounding and only one of them becomes a criminal? And as far as society Is concerned, doesnt society work for the betterment of the people? For Instance, when man commits crime, does the society applaud the act or reprimand It? When one of the two brothers start to perform criminal activities, would the society help with rehabllltatlon or Just let It be?
Why would society have rehabllltatlon centers? Why would society have drug de-addlctlon centers? Centers where criminals are taught the difference between right and wrong? If society made a criminal, how would you weigh up all the good deeds society has done to elevate the life of man? People say that movies, fictional stories, the televlslon Infact, provokes violence and crime. Every person watches the same violent fiction on televlslon, then why doesnt everyone who watches this become a crlmlnal?
A bad workman always blames his tools, Ilkewlse man blames society for his wrong oings. Its human tendency to blame the errors, the mistakes we commit on sometnlng / someone else. society Delng tne closest tnlng to man, man leaves no stone unturned in doing so! I would end by quoting the Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher. Watch your thoughts for they become words. Watch your words for they become actions. Watch your actions for they become habits. Watch your habits, for they become your character. And watch your character, for it becomes your destiny! What we think, we become!