Some people don’t always say “by word” or “anything”; Of course, most people have a habit of saying no. For others, however, there is not always a ‘no means no’ for everything under the sun, even if they are the first to be informed of the most appropriate part of a news story or development. It is a germ of negativity that has not been investigated but ultimately has complete control over the human mind. Such negative sounds are often contagious and adversely affect the people around them, be it in homes or in the office or in public places. most people in India have a habit of running late trains, but this feeling persists when a train is performing really well, running on time or ahead of time. Emit negative vibes ‘no, it’s already too late or too late or finally three-four hours late’ etc .; And people have seen many times how these negative vibes cause trains to get lost on time due to unexpected confusion wires and eventually run out of speed. We do not need to present scientific evidence on negative-vibes-infection syndrome because many things in the human mind cannot actually be proven.
Over the past few months, waves of negative vibes, such as COVID viruses, have been growing alarmingly. Finding the reasons for this is not far off. Against the backdrop of the “new normal” forcibly imposed on humans by the killer virus, people are always deprived of what they love to do: they are unable to mix with friends or relatives, even in the home environment; They are deprived of all parties, all socio-cultural-religious programs; They can no longer visit movie houses or their favorite restaurants; In some provinces, they do not walk in the morning or evening or even take jogs or trolls; All women get bored of constantly going out into the kitchen or not eating out, and if men help with ‘injured’ cooking, their benefits go beyond that; People living in crowded or cramped areas, especially in Indian slums and lower-middle-class homes, are becoming bored and impatient; No shopping ethic can be involved without boring and repeating online choices.
The rise of negativity is being fuelled by socialist phenomena and even classism, and nominees from various fields in their spacious flats have become angry, frustrated, and impatient. The film industry has been hit hard by junior actors, technicians, and short-lived directors. It was like not getting a job in the past and being suffocated by laziness and depression. Financial difficulties, For example, Bollywood (Hindi film industry in India) is so crowded that it has led to the suicide of a rising star Sushant Singh Rajput and threatens to split the industry into two. , On the one hand, is accused of mafia-rule and grandchildren, while on the other, is defending himself and facing a grilling from the police.
Many have also questioned the role of the media in spreading negativity. ‘Why do they always provoke negative stories’ is a constant question in people’s minds. Videos of such nomadic deaths are actually given frequent airtime due to prolonged retention of corpses in the COVID treatment ward or refusal to be admitted to the hospital, or due to the honorable funeral of the deceased. Television channels at different times. The media, in a cut-throat competition filled with unusual crises, has been following the negativity for the past few months. Of course, the good news is also being shown, but in some cases, the gospel also has a negative color; For example, some cities use positive words, such as “slum” or “drowning,” to convey a positive story about the decline of some internal events. There is such a power of negativity.
As intense as the corona waves, the rise of negativity is also finding a clear outlet in social media. Instead of motivating users in a positive way, many posts/videos are just intended to intimidate/mislead. Expressed emotions are always either ridiculous or hateful or gossipy or sarcastic. Digital existence has now become a reality; the constant contact of such a negative hammer will affect the human mind in an unwanted way and give more power to negative growth.