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Diary    H3'ed 1/10/18

Ill Attitudes in the Ill Societies

Message Muhammad Irfan

Youths are considered as the back bone of any society. In the underdeveloped societies, this segment is predictably showing rotten mentalities through their ill attitudes. What they do is to demonstrate deeds and actions similar to that of the vagabonds. They are found to grow their curly hairs, awkwardly using cigars and undergoing churlish styles.

They even raise questionable voices on passerby. The sexual feelings and pursuits are the additional part of their derailed life. In fact, this segment in many cases serves as nursery to the mafias and criminal networks. Actually, these are the one who are born on the viciously earned feeds and wealth. Special moral training and education are pre-requisite to tame such kind of youths in the ill societies.

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Muhammad Irfan has authored many books. He is an internationally recognized scholar. He has presented his papers in national and international conferences. He is also a freelance journalist and contributes to both national and international (more...)

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