Silence against violence is a sin

Topic of the day for me is “Silence against violence is sin.” First of all we need to clarify the term silence, simple concept about silence leads us towards the concept of “complete absence of sound.” while another school of thought giving it meaning of “cause to become silent; prohibit or prevent from speaking”. In fact this leads to the core concept of this essay. I am talking about absence of voice instead sound. Because just sound doesn’t make any sense but voice does. looking towards violence our understanding is that violence is the behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something. There are nine distinct forms of violence and abuse: 1. Physical 2. Sexual 3. Emotional 4. Psychological 5. Spiritual 6. Cultural 7. Verbal Abuse; 8. Financial Abuse; and, 9. Neglect .we are observing all of them in day to day life while counting at Murder looking at Acid throwing, Forced Marriages, reporting Rapes , consulting Abduction or kidnapping, Charged by Domestic torture, suffering in Sexual Harassment. And we are not even feeling it. History speaks itself silence against violence gave always birth to another, another, another violence. And we have no doubt that Silence against violence is not silence but the sin. The only solution to this disguise which could happen is to raise voice against this violence, to break the jam(Legion) of this silence. If we want to provide safe and sound future to our love one’s this is the only way to break the silence to break this jam. We should utilize our lot of sounds to create meaningful and huge voice. Because only this voice can make our future brighter and glorious. While pointing it that would be more favorable to have a look on the William Faulkner saying, “Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world…would do this, it would change the earth.” Bob Marley also try to help us by concluding and asking us to “Get up, stand up, Stand up for your rights. Get up, stand up, Don’t give up the fight.” I am concluding my essay on this wrathful poem of anonymous poet. That worth’s me a lot.
Drugs all over under the ground. 
Guns, people crying, putting each other down. 
People every day do crazy things. 
Buying fancy cars and a lot of rings. 
You have nothing to show for yourself. 
You’re dying on the inside, and you have bad health. 
I wonder what the community can do. 
I have no idea, not even a clue. 
I look in the paper and I see someone dead. 
They lay on the stretcher like it was a bed. 
The mothers stand in silence. 
People should think TO STOP THE VIOLENCE!!!