The literal meaning of “Criticism” is nothing but “Fault-Finding”. We can criticize somebody for something in two different ways. There are two types of criticism. One is “Positive” and the other one is “Negative Criticism”. We always welcome positive criticism which comes from our nears and dears.
During the late twentieth century R.K.Laxman, an Indian cartoonist, was famous for criticism of well-known personalities. He depicted every wrong as well as right actions of great men from the angle of his created icon “The Common Man “. And for those works, he was awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award in the year 1984.
Everybody likes him for his positive criticism.
Our holy book “ Ramayana” also tells that once Lord Sri Ramachandra was criticized by a washerwoman and Mother Sita was punished by the Lord for that.
Nobody, even God has been uncriticized.
Criticism helps both the criticizer and the criticized.
In the world, improvements and developments would cease without criticism. In other words, the world has come to the present stage because of continuous and rightful criticism and rectifying the previous faults.
Every action is liable for criticism. The greatness of a man lies in the way he welcomes criticism. Every time he does something he should prepare for criticism, because the person who criticizes is not always his enemy. With open heart and free mind he should accept those comments and allow these to be the stepping stones for further progress.
May God Bless All....