The life of an individual is divided into various stages. Starting from an infant, to becoming an adult and eventually turning into an old aged person. Ageing comes with many challenges. The loss of independence is one potential part of the aging process, as are diminished physical abilities and multiple age discriminations.
We often find ourselves divided into caste, creed and further in different families. Everyone around us belongs to different family backgrounds. Moreover, we tend to differentiate between people belonging to a rich class background and the ones whose entire generations have been poor. But, let me give you a rude shock, every person alive today descended from a woman who lived in modern-day Botswana about 200,000 years ago.
“As soon as she came out of the womb, she was killed. Her parents could not afford the dowry they would have to pay at the time of her marriage. Next time they had a boy. They bought him home with all the festivities and sweets. After a few years, at the time of his marriage, they would take huge amounts in the form of dowry.”
“An eye for an eye, a life for a life.” this is the principle of retaliation that has been used since the beginning of time and is the basic ideology from where the concept of capital punishment began. Capital punishment or death penalty refers is a government-sanctioned practice whereby a person is killed by the state as a punishment for a crime, but there have always been arguments relating to specifying the crimes for which capital punishments are to be given.