Anarchy of thoughts

Posted: November 30, 2016 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Commentary, Contributing Writers

By Yach Atiop Yach, Juba, South Sudan


November 30, 2016 (SSB) — After a long and clumsy day at work, one word came to my mind and thus it made me admired it to conclude the day. I or you might have read or used this term many time ever before or will use it in future, the term Anarchy. The results one find always if one tries to understand the meaning of it. One finds that it refers to general lawlessness, disorder, especially when thoughts to result from an absence or failures of government, or the absence of any guiding or uniting principle, chaos and etc.

If you describe a situation as anarchy, you mean that nobody seems to be paying any attention to rules or laws. And this is why one finds to understand why your thoughts can be an anarchy to you and others. This part is the main core of my admiration. It is true, we in our many squatters are lacking guiding principles that are currently causing our anarchies of thoughts. The essence of our thoughts is that we should evaluate how they would bring fundamental leverages in positive ways than negative ways. As most of us are swinging to the past, at present and likely to continue in decades to come.

Across many professions, our thoughts have hold us to anarchies of dissents and immodest. This has been the trends of many folks who used the liberties of social media especially Facebook to make so much nuisances to public that are of less importance to them.

Many of my colleagues have voiced their disapprovals on how some folks have misused one important feature of Facebook call ‘Live”. We are now aware that anyone, any time of the day can go Live and puke anything of his/her choice to defame people due to the thoughts they have but they never knew that their anarchies of thoughts are degrading them as guiding principles of privacy have been unearth and people will be just watching them with no moral respect.

Just as our thoughts guides us to do what we wish, either positively or negatively. The anarchies that affects our thought are that, the disorders that arise to inflict superfluous behaviors to others must have certain degree of self-evaluations before freeing them to consumers.

Many on social media are there to read and learn new trends and positive stuffs otherwise, if people know unscrupulous folks would not controls their errant behaviors that ensued to insults to others and that they can’t control their manners that their thoughts led to irritates others, then Facebook and other flat forms should review the user contents that errant users should be punish.

The lawlessness and disorder of negative uses of social media that have upsurges in recent days is the reason of my thinking that we are in the midst of anarchy of our thoughts. We are not using our thoughts prudently. We attack our opponents daily as we wish just because we have learnt it is our freedom to speak whatever we deem fit to say.

Therefore, we should be aware that your freedom stops “where my nose begin” hence your freedom should have a limit, having led your freedom roam like wind, it will causes you troubles and this is why it becomes an anarchy to you as there is no guiding principle.

Yach Atiop Yach is a humanitarian Aid worker with an International NGO, You can reach him through his email,

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