I just finished watching the movie again and it makes me wonder: how many of us actually go through (on a fairly routine basis) what Sita did this one-epic-time?
Most of us go through a constant fire of social recrimination and (potential) condemnation. How many times have we had to justify every single decision we've taken a million times over. Why 'did' we do this, and why did we 'not' do that. Why do we enjoy what we enjoy, and dislike what we don't. Why are we 'not' good Muslims, and (given recent geopolitical drama) why are we 'good' to the point of being bad.
Tell me, why are we constantly answerable to someone (or the other). Why are we constantly being judged for both what we did (or not) do (sigh). And more importantly, why do we let ourselves depend on others approval to an extent where we live more for others than we do for ourselves? Is this the downside of being a social animal?
Point being: Society is evil. Anarchy, anyone?