DREAM INDIA PROJECT

The first point is “transforming together“. Let me take “top-down approach” and elaborate it. Those who are already involved in action will accelerate and focus their actions. Those who are involved in debates and discussions will start taking part in actions or initiate actions. Those who intend to involve and discuss will start the debates and generate their action plan. Those who are capable of discussing and acting but don’t intend to do it will get motivated by the idea of this project. Those who are capable of discussing and acting but don’t think that it can be done will be made aware by the reasons and relevance. Those who are not aware of anything will be made aware. And so on..

Second point is “unity“. This word is very much important for overall change and the success of the project. Understanding of this word has the capability of solving half of the problems. Unity can be used for – communicating the ideas, discussing things and getting most optimized and effective solutions, acting together, effectiveness of the actions (even at the smallest level), transforming together, awareness, letting the system involve with the project, and many more. Let me give you an example. If I am the only one involved with the project and go to the CM of Jharkhand and try discussing something or communicating some idea, he will not give any damn to me. But, if 10000 Indians are involved with the project, he’ll listen to whatever we say. If 100000 Indians are involved with the project, he’ll supposedly work on the ideas provoked by us. If a million Indians are involved with the project, the chances are that the PM will come to us and listen. So, this was a simple example that can support the relevance of the unity. Another idea is to connect all active people and work under one umbrella, and also to connect this project with all active groups and NGOs that the successful ideas and ways can be introduced everywhere.

Third point is “awareness“. It is something like one must aware of the course of syllabus to pass any examination. One has to keep all the contents in mind, focus, think about the points and work on them, and consistently work. This point can also be covered in a top-down approach and the involved people can be categorized as such – we, active people, virtually active people, physically active people, aware people, unaware people, people from towns, people from small towns, people from rural areas, people from villages and tribal areas, people living outside of India, people from the democratic system, people creating problems, etc.

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