Time is harsh to humanity – wars seem unavoidable until they end, food shortages leave children wailing with empty stomachs, homes are wrecked by bullets and bombs, and many other agonizing mortals are forced to suffer beneath the chaos, whether innocent or not. However, few people survived the calamitous ordeal, only to be recognized as a footnote in world history. War will always be the past, present, and future history that leaves a sour taste in the mouth, especially for those who are directly or indirectly touched by the battle in which they may or may not be involved. The selfishness of the higher authority to assert domination, whether political, economic, or social – one does not believe that lives, particularly innocent lives, are never at stake.
Destruction Of Infrastructure
Infrastructure destruction can lead to a catastrophic collapse of the social interconnected structure, infrastructure services, education, and health care system. The destruction of schools and educational infrastructure has resulted in a drop in education in many war-torn countries. If specific infrastructure parts are severely damaged or destroyed, it can have a negative impact on other systems, such as the economy. This involves the loss of critical transit lines in a city, which could make the economy unable to function efficiently. Not even calling for mortar and concrete additives Malaysia can guarantee if they can get everything fixed in an instant and take as much time as healing from the traumas of war. In a heat of war, warring groups frequently burn bridges to isolate themselves from invaders, thereby creating hurdles for people’s mobility both in the short term for the evacuation of populations and in the long run, once lines of authority are redrawn.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Psychic trauma happens when a person is subjected to a traumatic event that causes helplessness in the face of unfathomable danger, anxiety, and innate alertness. Such traumatic events can result in a specific constellation of severe, protracted, emotional, and physically crippling symptoms, a condition today known as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). As events unfold practically every day, stress affects everyone since change and adjustment are a part of life. However, some occurrences can be painful and overwhelming, emotionally destroying a person and leaving them feeling completely helpless. This occurs when a person faces a threat to his or her life, a risk of injury, or a loss of security or sanity when normal coping mechanisms fail. These are among what the victims of war have been enduring, thus depending on individual severity, the symptoms can gravely affect their daily lives.
It was difficult to forget the war’s atrocities, be it the soldiers who fought hard for their country, or civilians who have to make a run for the sake of survival. Many were still afflicted by shell shock or were incapacitated. Too many lives have been lost in the midst of the chaos, no matter their innocence.