Is there anything common among the three Ps, I wondered. Well, there is if we go by the fast changing society in our country. The first P hogs the limelight depending upon the clout he/she has, sorry demands or commands. Unlike hitherto reputation need not be earned but purchased, like people do getting their doctorates, no matter what field of specialization. Again, a person’s background makes no difference when elected to power because it is seen as an opportunity to make hay while the sun shines and people’s interests recede into the background.
The second P is gradually coming into prominence because there are less hassles involved and no conditions are laid out.
Now coming to the third P we find he/she has come down in hierarchy and no longer commands respect or care once enjoyed which are mainly for selfish reasons of today’s generation. But, being an optimist I feel this P might make a come back and regain his/her position in the family if circumstances change like they did in the case of the first P.
n.meera raghavendra rao