Some people were just born to be negative.
At least that's what I think.
As the country shows it could overcome the Covid-19 crisis, they instead just have to find something negative to highlight.
Come on la, a positive story like this,
and they twisted it into something negative.
Sorry. I rather not highlight such twisted reports here.
But hey, if you are living a miserable life, that does not mean everyone else have to be miserable like you.
I'm not saying that we should be overconfident about the progress so far, but worse than anything is to instill a sense of hopelessness among the people during a crisis like this.
I'm also not saying we should hide bad news. What I'm saying here is that we should not be twisting a positive story into a negative one....or any other type of news manipulation for that matter.
The same goes to the much talked about mistakes by the Health Minister and his deputy in the Covid-19 war.
The whacking of the two guys appeared to intensify as the country was making good progress of containing the pandemic
A whole bunch of people, particularly politicians or politically motivated people had latched on to it to highlight those mistakes, making it as proof of the current government's inability to handle the crisis.
It's a bit of nit-picking, as far as I'm concerned.
Anyway, the minister and his deputy had admitted their mistakes and apologised.
I'm glad that they were willing to do that.
I was also irritated by their mistakes, but felt that they should be forgiven and be allowed to continue with their work.
After all, those mistakes were not fatal. Wrong choice of words and attending a makan session during MCO....I know they shouldn't but not much harm done, I think.
I believe they would also be more careful next time.
A lesson learnt is good.
They probably realised now that it's important to keep the people on their side. Not just for political reasons but also more importantly in this fight against Covid-19.
Hopefully, we could see the end the MCO soon and rebuild our country as soon as possible.
I miss going to work more than anything else. Working from home is definitely not the same.
But, whatever it is, let us be positive as everything happened for a reason (and in my case, Allah's will) and I'm sure something good could be just around the corner if we remain faithful.