There isn't a specific definition of corruption as each person has their own definition, and we all have an intellectual flexibility to interpret it in accordance with our individual intelligence level. The corruption word itself is corrupted because of that we are unable to come up with an most appropriate definition. My opinion is that "Corruption is the devastation of someone's faithfulness through improper mean, like by giving up bribery or using an influential power to attain goals. Corruption means to ditch a grave of our values, integration and dignity." It is a fact that every country is its targets We all need to encounter this phrase at some point during our lifetimes. In recent times the word has created a new situation to our lives. As time passes and corruption is growing and even though politicians and governments are working to cut it down however the reality cannot be changed. It's very difficult to break. Corruption. Governments, for the private gain, abuse the of the nation's property, without considering that they've been given certain responsibilities to care of their country as an adolescent mother. We are like children of our country, however, the corrupted behave like our stepmothers, and separating people from rights that we ought to have. Furthermore, not just authorities, but also the most powerful individuals use their power to accomplish the goals that they desire because of their power. Visit:- http://corruptionbuzz.com/ It's evident that if a nation is corrupt, the whole nation is likely to be corrupted. Corruption isn't just a problem in the government, but it's at the root of every wrongdoing within the private sector as well. The effects of corruption have ruined my life and many others are also affected by corruption in their lives. The truth is that corruption is a fact of life everywhere and all of the world is in a state of corruption. This is not only commonplace in the elite societies and it is a part of all societies, nations and nations. If someone claims that corruption is not anymore in their country, I'd have an doubt, as corruption is a continuous and unending process. If it is stopped at one end the cycle begins on the other side. Every person is corrupted in our modern society and I am so unlucky to be portion of the corrupted. My entire life, my hopes as well as my ambitions and goals throughout the past and today are completely impacted by corruption in our country. The dignity of people is being eroded because of this shaming act. I was astonished to meet some of the corrupted individuals in my own life. Sometimes I wonder why me to be a part of fighting corruption? Why are we a part of the corruption? Who will be listening to our pleas, even though the entire world is corrupt? The reason why corrupt people have ruined our lives? The freedom to live as we did in recent times has been taken away from us. And now our life, which we wish to live is being governed by corrupted individuals. Who will stop this? From the specialists in medicine to police officers and the most powerful politicians to the common civil servant, each is corrupt in the country. My life was plagued by corruption at the time I came into the world. It was true that I was just a child and was unable to judge the world within me. However, my father informed me that as I was about to be born to this world, the hospital's head requested my father to pay more money in order to allow my mother to be admitted in an extremely bad state, as there was no other nearby hospital that could give an urgent birth. My mother was suffering from labor pains, but the hospital's chief demanded my father give him more money as a bribe and my family was forced become a part of the corruption. At the age of three year old, I was told by my father made the decision to admit me to an excellent English moderate school. My admission was denied at a reputable school. The school requested my father to make the school a contribution (which was a novel method of taking bribes) that was about 25000 rupees. My father was able to admit me into that school , after meeting the school's request. Otherwise, I'm sure I would have gone to an unofficial school. I remember vividly that one of my sixth class teachers would always request us to provide her with lunch. She also often required us to tell our mothers to buy gifts to her. I was not a very confident student and what corruption was wasn't I knew about it. However, I was convinced that my teacher was working on send us black mail. I was fed up with her daily threats. One time, I went to see my principal and, without considering my future plans I shared with him the entire story. My parents were called by my Principal and informed my parent that my child was suspecting and pointed out the shortcomings in our respected teacher. However, I made a comment in the middle and made my principal furious. I sounded out my opinion even although I was shy, but not insane to be quiet before those respected peoplewho claim to be an authority in the society but, in actuality they are corrupt. My father was able to handle the situation , and told that I should not say a single word of disrespect to any teacher at the following time. This was for the first time that I was motivated to explain the truth to my principal, but it was not to be! My Principal was corrupted too. The following morning, I got brutally attacked by my teacher. She also gave me the lowest grade for her subject. These are the ways that threats are delivered whenever someone wishes to raise their voice within any organization as no one will admit their mistakes, and no one is willing to change the world. After two years, our principal was fired after two years by the ABC board because the board found him red handed receiving a bribe form a person who wanted to admit their child to the school. It's true that, "To reach the highest always start with the lowest." My lowest point was to raise my voice in that critical moment. My first step against an offence was not well-received however, it still is a source of immense satisfaction that I sounded my alarm and God took care of me. When I was in the ninth grade, I was working all day and nights to complete my exam with flying colours. I scored only 81% marks across all subjects, when I had expected the best of all. I visited our Board office, and completed in a form to review my documents. The counterperson requested that I could pay at least 10,000 rupees, I could help him improve my marks by the process of scrutinizing. He said that scrutinizing will not benefit me in any way. It's a form to fill in, however the outcome won't change. I was also shown a few customers aged around my age, and who had increased their scores through bribes. I was awestruck. I was called a man was corrupt, since at that point, I understood what was corruption? I was ejected from that point and lost my enthusiasm to my studies over the next year. Corruption is like the WHITE Anti-Nature, which is destroying the country of its dignity. Anyway, I was able to boost my self-esteem and was a gruelling 10th grade. This year, I was hoping to score high scores. Alas! I also got the same result of 81. However, the result was not too shocking to me as I discovered it was the case that, in past years some of the students who had worked long and hard, scored low marks in their examinations. This is the truth of our educational system which is also the sole reason why our educational system is not adequate as of now.