Social issues are affairs which directly or indirectly influence a number of or the entire factions of a civilization and are well thought-out to be unbearable predicaments, arguments associated to moral ethics, or both. Social concerns are related to the fabric of the social order, including divergences among the wellbeing of the general public, and lie beyond the control of any individual. And apathy is the worst of them.
"Science may have found a cure for most evils, but it has found no remedy for the worst of them all the apathy of human beings."
A few might think that when Helen Keller spoke those words, she was speaking of some unfamiliar malady that affects people in the slums. Or that she was addressing of an aberration that can be brought into being only in the mentally-unhinged. Those who believe those falsehoods have been truly misguided. She was not uttering any of these apocryphal assertions that concerns no more than a cluster of populace, but one that affects society as a whole like pie. Apathy is not some dreaded infirmity that harasses merely the frail ones. Apathy is in its place a base component of humankind, one that we as populace would rather not admit to, even as it gawks us blatantly in the face.
Quite, apathy is indifference. Apathy is the lack of moral sympathy to the anguish experienced by others. Apathy is the lack of interest to the comings and goings of the world around. Apathy is being deficient in of concern to any socio-civic affairs that does not straightforwardly involve that specific human being. Apathy remains unbiased and impartial in the visage of adversity if the quandary does not directly impinge on that person’s existence. An illness has infected our society, seeping into the very ideas, beliefs and convictions that we once held as truths. I speak of apathy, a cold indifference that undermines not only our individual autonomy but also our very democratic ideal that leads...