The Youth are like children. They are captivated by the immediacy of a situation. They are not aware of what is to come in the future. They are attrracted by what is see. Wherever ther are drawn to them, and when these disappear, they simply forget them.

Mere enthusiasm, courage and a sense of sacrifice alone will not do in the youth. The youth can be of service only when they have capacity to discriminate the good from bad, the possible fromm the impossible, and to reflect and ponder dispassionately.

The period of youth is a dagerous and a highly inflammable one, and so it should be carefully safeguarded.

Young man should be bent upon putting an end to all the religious and superstitions and fraud.