No shouting, please

It is heart breaking to see a person shout in anger at another out of annoyance of something trivial, while the other remains incapacitated.

To witness anger, to witness helplessness, to witness lapse of awareness, to witness repression, to witness false sense of power, to witness disregard to humanity.

Today was a strong reminder of it. It is even scarier to see that this occurs frequently nowadays and can easily be overlooked as it is considered normal.

Even if I am not the one who was at either end, still I am sorry. I am so sorry.

It reminded me of a post I wrote earlier titled How little I know. This is the post with the closest sentiment to what I feel at the moment although it is does not truly reflect how strong I feel about this recent incident.

1 thought on “No shouting, please

  1. Eva Post author

    post script: May God protect me from posing no judgment to any of the characters involved–not the one who shout, not the one who are being shouted at, and not even me. We each have our own story behind every action, word, or thought we have. We are fully responsible of it.

    How we respond to an accident says more about ourselves rather than the other persons. My strong reaction to it purely states how I am at that moment, and the emotions as well as memories that have been brought up because of this situation. It is a valuable information and news to me.

    It is how it is. It is what it is. May we be among those who are blessed with clear vision of how things really are. He is the best Trustee.The Compassionate, the Merciful.



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