It is paper chase all the way from birth till death. When a child is born, his parents have to get his birth certificate written on a paper. Then when he is to be admitted into a school, an affidavit has to be filed on paper before a notary public to declare his name. Then admission forms are required to be obtained all printed on a paper and filled up.
Then books, notebooks, etc. are required to be purchased all made from paper. The student after passing his every examination from 1st standard to Senior Secondary gets a passed the examination certificate on a piece of printed paper. After that, he again chases the admission forms of the colleges. After entry into the college, he runs after notes prepared by his seniors or his teachers.
If he is a sportsman or achiever in some field, he gets his reward certificate on a paper. Meanwhile his parents are earning paper currency to spend on him and on themselves. A person applies for a job on a paper and gets an appointment letter again on a paper. If he becomes a clerk or a stenographer or a secretariat man, then he has to work on papers and study files consisting of a number of papers bundled together.
If he gets a job as a doctor, he has to chase cases whose details are written on paper and has to study so many books on medical sciences. If he become an engineer again he has to make drawings on a paper and read so many latest books on the subject of engineering and submit his projects in the form of a project report consisting of papers.
If he is a businessman, he keeps records of his business on a paper, files income tax returns on printed forms, fights law suits all based on papers. If he becomes a lawyer or lawmaker or magistrate then he goes on study law books, Constitution of India and the various files on the cases being dealt with by him, all of them written or printed on papers. If he wants to entertain himself then he has to buy bus ticket, railway ticket or a cinema ticket all printed on paper.
When he has to invest his money, he buys stocks and shares, all pieces of a paper. If he wants to read newspaper or magazine to inform himself of what is happening in the world then again these newspapers and magazines are made of paper.
Finally, he writes his Will on a paper and when he dies, his heirs want his death certificate from the municipality on a paper. All the while he is chasing papers only and getting little satisfaction out of it. In the paper chase, he often forgets the gentle emotions of love and affection, etc.