What You Tolerate Today Will Go On Tomorrow

(Amrit Pal Singh ‘Amrit’)

What you tolerate today will go on tomorrow. In fact, tomorrow, it will be more difficult and harder to get rid of. If you are prepared to let this go on, it will go on. It will continue on, only if you continue allowing it to happen.

You had been deceived yesterday. You are cheated today. And, you will be defrauded tomorrow as well, because you are allowing yourself to be defrauded today.

Yesterday, you allowed an evil cultist to fool you on the name of religion. Yesterday, you let a racist to dupe you on the name of race. Yesterday, you permitted a hatemonger to deceive you on the name of language. Yesterday, you agreed to a politician to fool you on the name of nationality. Yesterday, you tolerated a bigot to bamboozle you on the name of gender. And, all those things are happening even today. They are happening today, because you allowed them to happen yesterday. And, sorry to say, they will be happening tomorrow as well, because you are allowing them to take place today.

You have been cheated, because you are cheating yourself.

Today, rapists are raping innocent daughters and sisters in all over the world. Today, well-organised and state-sponsored terrorists are killing civilians on the name of religion. Today, human rights are abused in so many countries. Today, extremist forces are attacking peaceful societies. Today, evil and inhuman ideologies are trying to wipe out every kind of freedom. And, it will be happening tomorrow as well, because we have allowed it to happen today.

However, you can choose right now to change your direction. You can choose right now to change your future. You can choose. You have the right to do so. You should do it.

You cannot change your ‘yesterday’. You can try to make your ‘tomorrow’ better, only if you perfectly transform your ‘today’. Today is trying to get your thought. If you turn a blind eye to this, if you do not amend this ‘today’, it is will go away forever. It will turn into ‘yesterday’, and you can under no circumstances change your ‘yesterday’.