The long walk of life enables us to meet several faces and fights. Sometimes bad sometimes good, wait! How do we differentiate between bad and good? Does that bad is really bad or it is dependent upon one's judgment? Yes, judgemental power empowers us to make the difference between the elements mentioned above. But how true this power is being used by human beings?
Are we successful in making an honest opinion about others? Or we are making an evil usage of this power!
We judge people from a few perspectives. One when we want to escalate our own confidence level and the other is when we want to bring down other's aplomb. Both results in the event of bullying. An action that mocks or makes fun of another living being.
It aims to make fun of one's weakness and ridicule the attributes or traits involving a visible shortcoming with abusive, amusing and offensive words. This particular action offends the victim to that high level which makes the person's hope fall to the ground.
A five-minute video posted on Facebook by a woman from Australia named Yarraka Bayles consists of heartbreaking content of her nine-year-old son, Quaden, a victim of bullying in school.
In this video, the child is bawling to kill himself due to dwarfism repercussions. Now here it is needed to understand that the boy is not crying of his shortcoming or weakness but due to the daily bullying attached to it. Pity for those students who are bullying Quaden for their 'courageous' survival and fun.
This particular activity can take place in any field at any place. It's happening in our homes usually ignored. When we make fun or enjoy the shortcomings of people around us it takes the form of the indirect bully.
An impact of this act is so intimidating that it sends chills down the victim's spine. It may result in suicide and other self-destruction actions. Many spine-chilling stories of bullying are recorded worldwide and its counting is increasing day by day.
Are we not bullying God's creation? Is Quaden himself is the reason for his dwarfism? Or the people have taken the vow to continue such malpractices!
No one is perfect in physical traits and characteristics. We can make ourselves perfect only when judgmental behavior is replaced by equal treatment and then human power is improvised in the right direction that no one can be harmed physically and mentally.
Don't let people die of debilitation caused by your unhealthy laughs, smiles, and enjoyment.