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K.Ravii Did not think of diverting the train, i thought to shout at the children who were playing in used track,,, :P :P :P
From India, Pune
amus03Hi, Thats a very nice post....which is actually showing the ill effects of others thoughts and actions on people around them.....very nice.....thank you....
From India, New Delhi
Hiren50Very interesting-"What is right is not always popular and what is popular is not always right" is very true indeed. Consider Test cricket v/s one-day cricket- most cricketers say that test cricket is the real cricket but it is the other form which is more popular. Art cinema vls commercial cinema- "What is good is not necessary successful and vice versa"
In the context of decision making, politicans have no such dilemma. For their vote banks, they can make any decision hearltessly though it may neither be popular not right just the way they are.
In companies, smart subordinates who become popular are also sacrificed. Vanity of human beings also decides; not just majority.
From India, New Delhi
Jeroo ChandiokFood for thought.
Split second decisions may not always, in retrospect, have been the right ones .....
Perhaps stopping to consider all the alternatives even if it takes a few seconds longer, might have been a better bet.....
Also, I agree that shouting at the children playing on the active track to get off the track would have helped most, if not all, to escape, thus ensuring the train passengers' safety ....
Very interesting. I hope I too would have taken the correct decision, time permitting!
From India, Mumbai
ramanargExcellent story.. very practical.. and no one should call it a story at all but a real incident instead.
Such stories and/or revelations stirr up our conscience. Thank you my friend. Keep sending such posts.
From India, Tiruppur
mmsg16It is really a challenge to any one. But I am not in favour of sacrificing a righteous child at the cost of those who know that track they are using is functional and in use. Moreover in this particular case, the sound of the train will also be helpful to take timely decision to avoid any mishap. Certainly, one right can not be drowned to save many wrongs.
From Italy, Segrate
nipunaits really a very good story and gives the morale to take the right decision at any any circumstances.
From India, Delhi
ksharmiReally a good work for the brain. Done a good job by sharing it with others. It is a very important matter that everyone in this world should think about. Thanks again for posting this story.
From Sri Lanka, Colombo