They serve, they protect, they nurture. They sacrifice, they plan, they perceive. The Indian Armed forces are one of those examples, of our everyday life, every Indian is proud of, and inspired by.
They serve, they protect, they nurture. They sacrifice, they plan, they perceive. The Indian Armed forces are one of those examples, of our everyday life, every Indian is proud of, and inspired by. We take a look at things we could learn from the men who’re ready to sacrifice their lives for other citizens. Read on!
In their best interest or not, they are always ready to take initiative for things that are important in general. Be it a combat operation, an adventurous trip, or helping others out randomly, they are always ready to take up new initiatives and duties. After all, choosing to serve, was always their first choice.
Only if you’re organised, can you, be a leader. Taking responsibility for a whole team, to lead it in the right direction, in the worst situation, is not a joke. So, only if you’re willing to take up a responsibility, you should volunteer for it. And once you step in as a leader, make sure that you’ve served your duties well.
3. Optimum Utilization of Resources
While at the front, only a limited amount of resources is available to the they who fight for the country. From ration to ammunition, they devour the proper use of things, so that they aren’t wasted, nor are people devoid of them. Optimum utilization of resources is highly necessary in today’s date, considering the rate of depletion of natural and man made resouces.
4. We Stand Together
Courage has no religion, color, caste or name. All it looks for, is the right time to show up. The Indian Armed Forces are the best example of equality and brotherhood. They celebrate all our festivals with same enthusiasm. They share a deep bonding with each other. The kind of companionability we see in them, teaches us the value of unity as a strength.
5. Sacrificing isn’t fancy
They choose to serve the country, rather than working in the country. They stay away from home and family, so that others get to celebrate with their loved ones. For them, sacrificing is not just another word, people fancy. For them, that is the word, their life is built upon. For them, being partriotic does not end in hating the enemies. It starts where our empty talks end.
The Indian Armed Forces has a number of policies and regulations, we could learn from. After all they’re there out of choice. Integrity, optimism and patriotism are three qualities you are bound to find in every soldier. More power to our Armed Forces!