Let’s change the world’s view toward the web, it should be no more unsafe for anyone.
Today I am gonna share a short story of one beautiful girl, just read it on, I am not going spoil anything here, read the whole article and get the conclusion in the end:
“By judging others we blind ourselves to our own evil and to the grace which others are just as entitled to as we are.”
“I never met her in real life, we just talked on web.
But I am sure that she was a really beautiful soul and a huge fandom of social networking.
She loved sharing “what was on her mind“ with the world but, unfortunately, the world didn’t love her like she loved the world.
She got disgrace, haterade & jealousy in return of her feelings. And as a last option she chooses to quit this judging world, that cares more about their views than a person’s feelings.
We don’t think that our words affect. (It was just a small comment, we think.)
But in real, they do! And due to this; due to us, many beautiful souls die and another gets up to have their place until someone again judges, what’s on their mind.”
So, above was a work of fiction that describe the current situation of this so-called “Developed” world. We judge others by their actions, but ourselves by our intentions. Everyone who just scroll down; likes or support one of those negative comments become a part of it; part of the crime, that hurts a person’s mind. We also know it by an another name: CyberBullying. Yes! It’s a part of it and most the time it develops a base for the bullies to attack the victims. And according to some studies, Bullying victims are 2 to 9 times more likely to consider committing suicide.
“Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.”
This quote was originally said by Mark Twain, a great author from the United states who has written many great novels, including the best-selling, “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”. I am mentioning this quote here because today’s article is all based decision-making & self-reflection.
We have already talked a lot about CyberBullying & its effects on our society, so this week I conducted a poll asking people that, “Do you think that Bullies deserve a chance to improve?”. And here is the result of that poll:
“Practice like you’ve never won. Perform like you’ve never lost.”