Breathing Heavily. Heart Beating double than the regular speed. He doesn’t know whether he will reach his destination on time or not. If he reach, he can survive, if not he misses his life because he is traveling in the ambulance and we the society won’t allow an ambulance to go forward.
Yes. We don’t care the ambulance siren, because we are busy people.
We are busy people who park a vehicle on half of the road and won’t allow the other vehicles to move forward or to take a side.
We are busy people who talk over the phone while driving and ignores the ambulance siren.
We are busy people who are rushing to take an a U-Turn by obstructing the way of ambulance.
We are busy people who are driving the vehicles in the opposite direction or the wrong way.
We are busy people who disrespect the ambulance and crossing the road.
We are busy people who are chasing the ambulance and creating more tension to the Driver and Patient.
Ok agree..!! We are busy, we have to reach office early, we have to reach home early, we should not miss the movie and we have to see a girl friend soon. Think if you late for 10 minutes, it doesn’t change your life, but the guy who is travelling in the ambulance should reach on time otherwise he will lose his life. “Your ignorance cost one persons life”.
Can you do the same, If your family member is in the ambulance? Why this discrimination? For our family member we shout, scream, ask for our rights and speak rules, but for another guy we don’t show any respect. Is this our responsibility? Is this we learnt from our education? Is this called humanity?
If any issue comes to us then only we realise, otherwise we ignore everything. Before questioning for our rights, we have to check our self whether we are respecting & following the given rights correctly or not?
“If you are expecting changes in the society, then the change should start with you and within you”