“We all have opinions. But do they really matter? These days, the hybridization of multiple opinions has led to creating toxic concoctions of perspectives. However, the ulterior motive earlier was to curate thoughtfully intellectual revolutions, influencing masses and producing a community that could affect changes in the world.
I, Umesh Agarwal, a mindful citizen of India who wears multiple hats in the field of journalism and community service, believes that the Indian youth has to open their eyes to International occurrences that are spoken and unspoken.
With a strong mission of raising awareness in current affairs across the globe, macro and micro economics, heritage, International relations, history, economic affairs he is a critically acclaimed geopolitical expert, envisioner and an insightful opinion maker.
With multiple platforms like print media, live websites and interactions on social media, it is easy to be expressive and politically opinionated. But the big question is-are we thinking beyond our horizons? Are we able to decipher facts beneath layers? Are we able to understand the political game of cards well?”
I have served as a respected editorial columnist in various International press websites like the Trunicle, Bharat voice, USA politico to name a few where many articles of his became viral, that International celebrities engaged and shared their opinions.
If we are not going to educate our next generation to safeguard themselves from the trajectories of bureaucratic conspiracies, they might never know how to safeguard themselves and make big wealth especially in today’s capitalist time where poor become poorer and rich only richer.
I am also involved with many philanthropic organisations with organisational roles in managing multispeciality day care diagnostic centres & cancer detection centres which impacts around 100,000+ people in Chennai. Involved as a contributor in many social, philanthropic organisations as well.
My motto in life is – ” A series of persistent small things, eventually become great things for an individual community and the country.”