Choose your battles wisely

War

 

What’s got into Arvind Kejriwal and his army these days?
Doesn’t he get it that the revolution is over for the common man?

The common man has voted in a stable government, booted out the looters, started feeling safe again and went to his home and hearth to care of his responsibilities.
If Arvind is willing to stir a global revolution then the wave has passed.
Instead his army should take to streets to create local revolutions around issues bothering the common man.
That pothole on the road, that traffic snarl, that hospital without facilities, that local water mafia, that local middleman gobbling the farmer’s profits, that coal mine worker exploited by his employer.
That’s where the common man is, these days.

Not in the echelons of power, not in the Tihar’s of the world and not in the streets of Lutyens Delhi.
 
Here’s an adapted quote for the occasion
“Choose your battles wisely. After all, life isn’t measured by how many times you stood up to fight. Fight only the most, most, most important ones, let the rest go”
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