Sunday, 24 July 2016

These Two Things Are Involved: People in my community.

(Kevin Pakaye Fyneface)
When people scroll through your post without reading it, two things are involved: either you always write nothing or you always write nonsense.

When people read through your post and are educated with your piece but did not comment or like, two things are involved: either they have inferiority complex or are plague with pride. They believe they will be belittled if they do or that you will know they read your posts.

When people see your post and hides it immediately, two things are involved: either your post is toxic or it is embarrassing.

When people read your post and positively comment or like almost immediately, two things are involved: either they trust your intellectual contribution or they acted on impulse; for such who acted on impulse, response and expatiate your thought to their understanding.

When people read your post and didn't make any comment but, sees you in person and commend or condemn you, two things are involved: either they are online shy or they are lazy to react or respond online; maybe, they have limited data to browse.

When people read your post and are offended, two things are involved: either they are guilty of what you said in the post or that they didn't understand the English and or are biased. Although, sometimes they might react negatively when you are lying or stating distorted fact or for a reason other than the above.

When you liked or commented on a post and you didn't get an acknowledgment or appreciation, two things are involved: either the person is overwhelmed and aberration sets in or it was an act of ignorance resulting to arrogance. No matter what it is, just have understanding of the positive so toxic doesn't get into you.

In conclusion, this conclusion is not concluded in the extent of the two things that are involved here, but, a closing in the interim; in life, two things are involved: either you are grateful or a great fool (gratitude or ingratitude). Your appreciation of the little things of life adds life to life and make the world merry go round. Learn to encourage, reproof with love and never pretend; understand and know.

Make A Difference in someone's life other than yourself, a positive difference.

Shalom!

I hope this makes small local CommonSense.

By Kevin Pakaye Fyneface.

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