Thursday 23 November 2017

Life is an Art

The Multiplier Effect

Hello everyone. Welcome to another episode of our favourite section ‘Life is an Art’. We’ll be talking about The Multiplier Effect.
When an influential person, a governor or senator changes a known policy, it doesn’t just end there. It has the multiplier effect of affecting the people, from the lowest to the high level.
This is the reason for writing this. Lecturers went on strike because the governor refused to meet with their terms. We all know that they are the key for any higher institution. When they refuse to work, the students’ lectures and exams will be halted.
This is not the only affected issue. How about the traders and drivers who depend on the student consumers?
I could hear the drivers lament deeply and insult the governor for making them to starve. I could see the petty traders carry their goods endlessly, fearing that they may return home the same way as yesterday.
How about the students whose Parents have labored hard to pay their fees or the rent they must have paid, that expire every single day that goes?
This is what I call The Multiplier Effect. When you evaluate this, you only consider the lecturers whose rights are not fully granted and jobs in risk. You’ve never thought of those who depend solely on this system.
My advice to them? Diversify. Do not depend on just one thing because when that thing falls, you’ll return scrapping and falling along with it.
Strive to find other means of sustenance because nothing last, not even us.
And that is it. Life is an art. It is very beautiful and lovely. Although, behind those lovely designs are mistakes and errors. Life is not always the way we want it to be but it is our duty to make ourselves happy.
Remember that life is very short to be unhappy. So forgive quickly, love truly and never forget anything that made you smile!!!
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Have a great day and be happy!

Maryam AbdulWahab, Life is an Art.



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