Act as Human (sharing story)


I was on the bus today to get ready to pick up the girlfriend from the hospital. Then I noticed a man that sat right across from me. As the buses made its stops. The bus started to fill up more and more until it was really full. But even through the crowd, I could see that no one wanted to sit with him. Was it that he looked weird? Was it that his arms were slanted weirdly? Was it that his eyes were different? I look as no one had sat beside him when there were clearly two spots beside him. So I got up literally pushed aside people to sit right next to him and sit there while I listened to my IPod. Something about him made me realize that the more different you are, the more you get judged, the more you get these weird looks. Being on that bus alone made me realize, it takes one person to make someones day. I felt his smile when I got off the bus. I loved the fact that I could do that to just one person. He’s handicap. So what. He ain’t perfect, and none of yall can judge him. Cause some of yall are fat, some of yall have mad pimples, some of yall..wait EVERYONE has many things about them that they don’t like. Don’t act like you’re perfect. Act like you’re human. That’s it.(reblog from The Pursuit of Happiness)

Cerita di atas saya dapat dari sebuah blog tumblr,cukup menyedihkan dan gak bisa dipungkiri,ini udah terjadi dimana-mana.Semoga teman-teman yang baca termasuk orang yang baik hati dan rajin menolong 😀


Author: adorablemind

The happiest girl ever :))

2 thoughts on “Act as Human (sharing story)

  1. George Santayana, Spanish philosopher, essayist, poet, and novelist,: “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
    Shelby, there are so many dimension for ‘PAST’. I guess you know where the directions are…

    • Sorry Shelby, the comment is for “Pray for Indonesia”. Sorry morry for my mistake. Like wisemen said, “A big mistakes comes from a little mistakes.”

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