I don't understand people who..
It has been said that life has treated me harshly, and sometimes I have complained in my heart because many pleasures of human experience have been withheld from me…if much has been denied me, much, very much, has been given me…
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I don't understand people who...
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I Don't Understand People Who Laugh At People With Disabilities.
Your reaction when you see a blind man?
Your reaction when you see a lady or guy with an uneven eye?
Your reaction when a stammer speaks to you?
Your reaction when you see a dwarf?
Your reaction when you see a lady whose boobs are bigger than her ass?
The list goes on and on.
What are your reactions when you see these people?
Do you crack up? Giggle endlessly? Or mock them with your words?
You and I have been guilty of this while growing up and even while grown, many still take part in this horrible behavior.
We get to forget that the aforementioned people are humans like us with feelings and we hurt them badly with no ounce of guilt. But you can't take a slight backlash against you and anyone who does it will have to speak to your fist or sharp razored tongue.
What life are we living?
What trace are we leaving?
What hope are we giving?
We speak hurtful words to these people because there is no law backing them. If it were to be stated in the constitution that a jail term will be given to people who make fun of these incredibly smart people, no one will want to go to jail for that, hence discipline will surface.
We belittle them and make them seem less human.
We mock them for how they are created when we can't create any.
We spit on them and let them feel disgusted by their very being.
Some change their body due to body shaming while few carry on with it with great pride.
Some have committed suicide due to this and when you are been asked If you have killed before, you swear you can't kill a mosquito talk more of a human being but yet your words have taken some to their early grave.
Who are you to mock others and what amount of fun do you get doing it?
Now let's pick the questions asked and elaborate more on them.
You see a young boy or girl walking with a stick and the next thing you do is stone them.
As a parent, you see that and look away because your kids are just having fun?
Your kids continue doing that and grew up having fun doing it and they teach their children too.
Then I ask, what generation are we breeding?
After four eyes I heard, what do you mean by that? When I first heard this was from children playing when I was coming back from work, I saw the boy with tears on his face and I approached him to pet him and he hugged me tightly crying.
It was then I found out why he cried and I had the children warned that if I ever heard of that again, I'll have them disciplined, since then, they've played with the boy without mocking him.
In the movie Bridgerton, there was a reason the Duke didn't want to get married, his Father belittled him and made him feel his a useless son because he stammered, this made him make a vow to his father on his death-bed that the legacy of his name will die with him.
We can see the duke hated his father for how he was treated, he wouldn't have survived if he were not shown kindness, and even with that, he was ready to sacrifice his happiness of bringing forth an offspring because of his father.
Improper fraction they call it, in mathematics, when a smaller number is carrying a bigger number which is then changed into a mixed fraction because leaving it improperly isn't right.
And then, these ladies who find themselves here are term improper fraction for what they can't change, for how lovely they are built. You'd find guys making fun of them and even ladies forgetting the quote women supporting women and you expect these people to hug and thank you for your words, init?
I had a friend then who likes measuring her height with people, so when she sees short people, she is always happy to walk beside them only to come back and tell us to what length they were compared to her, and we'd laugh about it, but then I grew up and my conscience became more judging so I learned never to make fun of them.
I hope we all sit and think of the way we treat our fellow humans because of what they couldn't change, we are not better than they are, show them love, and kindness, and listen when they talk. Don't hurt their feelings as you don't want yours to be tampered with as well.
Let's learn to appreciate them and tell them how beautiful they look(in a truthful manner), respect them and appreciate their efforts in looking good, and do not let them miss the fun of life because of their disabilities.
This answers the aforementioned question.
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Date:20 August 2022.