Concept of Global Village Seems to be Damaged – Dr. Prakash Chandra

Could you introduce yourself to netizens?

I’m Dr Prakash Chandra Jha, a teacher by profession. I recently retired from the post of Principal at Government Secondary School, Namsai Arunachal Pradesh, India. I was born and brought up in India. I was educated in the district of Bhagalpur in Bihar India.

I have English Literature, B.Ed. and Masters in Compound Homeopathy.

I try to help anyone in life with the best possible means. However, if it’s not possible to help, I fold my hands. But I can’t hurt even an ant.

What nationality are you?

I’m Indian.

What was growing up like?

It depends on the level you mean. Is it as an individual, as a citizen of a nation or as a member of the global village? The concept of the world as a global village seems to have been damaged. There are wars, threat of wars, insolvency, calamities, natural and human–made problems. All of these paint a dark image of the world.

Man’s inhumanity to fellow man is at an all–time high.
The present situation was prophesied by William Wordsworth.

We have problems of human beings not being able to feed themselves while a few others are stuffing their bellies. The homeless population is increasing as well as the number of refugees owing to various reasons like wars, famine, hunger and so on.

While some organizations and nations are helping out, I think it would have been better if these things did not happen in the first instance.

You’re a poet. Why did you decide to go into poetry?

I write poetry as a hobby. Any incident anywhere doesn’t escape my eyes. It hurts me deeply. Poems keep emanating from there. That’s because they relate to human lives, homes and nature. All these things are visible not imaginative.

I’m a bilingual poet. A decision doesn’t make one a poet, it’s the inner urge that made me a poet. Besides, I’ve been writing since when I was in college. A gap occurred due to a heavy workload in my profession. But for the last four years, after joining facebook, I have been writing regularly save some exceptions due to my being busy on some days.

What do you stand for?

Justice in everyway. Eradication of poverty, exploitation, cementing fraternity, supporting education, preventing wars, safeguarding nature, etc.

What advise would you give intending writers?

Let poetry impart love, affection, understanding to the world. Let it touch the heart in order for war, chaos and calamities to be removed. Poetry should serve as a remedy for maladies provided people read it.

What’s the relevance of poetry to the society?

Literature is the mirror of society. Poetry is a part of literature.

Which is your happiest day, so far?

My happiest days are when I succeed in helping the needy and when I meet Christian souls.

What about your most embarrassing moment?

My most embarrassing moments are when I observe people how people stab others, negativity, living fake lives, hypocrisy and the defeat of transparency.

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