"It is not the borders that separate nations, it's the walls that exist in our minds."
I believe in this fact because I believe in humanity and harmony. I feel India and Pakistan are the two incredible neighbors my nation has. And it obviously feels painful seeing the both amazing countries conflicting each other in the name of nationality.
Kashmir conflict is spoiling humanity at its peak. The dispute the marvelous Kashmir is witnessing since 1947 is doing not at all good for both the nations. We can understand what common people from Pakistan and India are facing, even the personnel who are supposed to take care of the land.
You are totally aware of what's going on currently, and I am not here to add up the catalyst in your bitter experience. Being a well wisher, I pray to God that Kashmir will soon start marking its best time.
I want none of you (either Indians or Pakistanis) will take me wrong. I believe you also agree upon the fact that human values are beyond all these cast, creed, nationality or anything. Our earth anthem perfectly says: "We all are human and the earth is our home."
Just a few hours back, I came across a page on Facebook that concerns to discourage the extremism and terrorism in Pakistan. It's actually a campaign that says:
"#NeverForget Pakistan is a campaign to ensure that we remember the thousands of brave souls Pakistan has lost due to terrorism and religious extremism."
It's the high time that we sit in silence and think of what we can do from our side. Humanity is in crisis, NOW OR NEVER!
P.S. The writer is a journalist from Nepal.