When I was informed on Sunday that I was being whacked by someone, I made it a point not to find out who exactly was the one doing so.
It's because if I ends up reading the bad things written about me, then I believe I would be tempted to retaliate.
Honestly, I don't want that because for me such a quarrel is stupid.
Then came this comment,
That comment made me curious.
Is the whacking of me that bad, or did the commentator merely exaggerating?
When I checked, it turned out that the commentator was not exaggerating.
The blogger who attacked me did use the suffering of actor
who is afflicted with schizophrenia to whack me.
I think that's really bad....and sad,
Why does it has to be that way?
Why can't the person who whacked me just goes straight to the point by saying "Annie is a mad smelly bitchy whore" or something like that?
Why the need to do so by mocking someone who is suffering from such a terrible ailment like that?
Schizophrenia is a very acute form of mental disability.
Not only the person afflicted with it suffers, his/her family and loved ones suffer too.
In the name of Allah, I personally know such a suffering and I wouldn't wish anyone to experience it...not even that person who whacked me.
Maybe I will write more about it one of these days.
I hope you all dear readers will try to learn more about schizophrenia.
If you do so, I'm quite sure you all will be sympathetic towards its sufferers and their loved ones.
Whatever it is, let us try to be mindful about what we write, especially when commenting about others....even if we dislike or even hate the other person.
At the very least, we should try not to drag innocent people who got nothing to do with our fight and use them as our instruments to vent our unreasonable hatred towards our (perceived) enemies.
Let us not lose our humanity, okay.