Today we are divided along linguistic, cultural, economic lines. We live in fragments, divisions. But the fact is we are a whole, integrally. Through a new culture we can restore ourselves to our original and of course real nature. Maybe the most powerful tool for this will be literature, for literature unlike other domains of art, science or any other disciplines rise above petty attributes and encompass or embrace all classes, sections, geographies and there are no discriminatory feelings or biased attitudes at all. I believe if writers from different sections, strata or communities, national, linguistic, political unite there is every possibility that something can be done to dissuade people to discriminate one another against or be biased towards particular races, religions or economic conditions. I joined in the forum with this objective despite the fact that I belong to a different language community. We can interact, discuss and learn share ideas across our social backgrounds and we can apply all that learn in the communities we live in. Definitely such interactive programs through such forums can help us build up personalities and win over certain narrow sentimentalism to keep abreast of things of humanitarianly significant. I am a bit confusing and confounding now and you to may seem the same to me and the people in my part of the world. But we can cove such gaps and gulfs among us through ranges of interactive programs like this in point of fact. I am a writer in Nepali basically. Yet I do not want to be confined to my geo-political territories. I am winged to take flights in defiance of the limiting boundaries of egocentricities, unrestrictedly across all of you. You may despise me for my poor linguistic skills but I have something to say that rises above all these insignificant language, geography and economy-stuffs. I believe in the spirit of universality and I communicate with that desire, a desire of entrenching a universal culture that can have space for people of all domains.