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I had not written anything these past few days because I can't find anything that really interest me.
It's getting harder these days.
So hard to be inspired or motivated.
However, today I saw this story and felt the need to highlight it,
The story saddens me.
It made me glad that our country is not like Myanmar.
Despite all the complaints and hate mongering, no one are being prosecuted like the Rohingyas in this country.
The majority in this country never treated the minority here the way the majority in Myanmar treated the minority over there.
All those vile talks such as wanting to throw the Chinese into the sea are just talks of a small number of scumbags which we should ignore.
We are not so bad after all.
Yes, despite all the perceived sufferings, ours are nothing close to what afflicting the unfortunate Rohingyas in Myanmar.
The story also reminds me of a post I did in May last year,
It's good that we have a Foreign Minister like Anifah Aman and that we still care to be good human beings.
Also, if you have the time to read the comments section of the post, you may notice that I have done my best to extend good will to someone because I sincerely thought she was a friend.
Unfortunately, it was not appreciated.
But never mind.
People are like that. We can't expect too much from them.
Whatever it is, we ourselves should not lose our humanity just because of the possibility of it not being appreciated by others.
Keeping our hearts clean and being good to fellow human beings will be rewarded by God.
And it's the right thing to do too if we intend to keep our humanity intact.
I believe in that.
I hope our government can continue to do whatever within its ability to not only help unfortunate people in this country but also others such as the Rohingyas.