Insult Treatment

Dwell and sink deeper into
The meaning of insult
It is the pool of enduring
Deep insult and humiliation
Remind indescribable senses and feelings

Disrespect of person
Putting others down
Looking down on others
Of different statuses and differences
Harshly, sarcastically or mockingly

The way you treat others
Especially the weak is being treated
Reflects your inner character
Jesus teaches us in Matthew 7:12
Love others as the way you want to be treated


Inspiration On: Saturday, 20 February 2016

Suddenly, I feel so immersed to WC’s question about insult. As I tap and dig into my bad experiences, thank God to get the right words. I respond through text message to him, “For your question about insult. Insult means disrespect. It is putting others down either harshly, sarcastically or mockingly. Basically, it is the way you treat others.” Then I share to him about the way he treats SL well, “SL ever shared to me about her interview day to hafar. You gave her a can of Coke. She is so touched by your kind gesture. Normally, nobody gave her a can of Coke during her interview. Therefore, she chooses to stay and work in your dad’s company. She likes you as a person. A caring nature.”

Wish you all have good days and thank you.

Extreme Trust & Distrust

There exists people belong
To two categories.
Extreme to each category
Very few in-between
Prudent category.
The two categories are

Either

Naive
Trust others too much
Believe others too much
Treat others are nice like themselves
Either being cheated or betrayed
Reveal self too much

Or

Wicked
Distrust others too much
Believe self too much
Treat others are cunning like themselves
Either cheat or betray
Refusing saying too much.

Do you wonder this yourself?


Inspiration On: Wednesday, 8 May 2013 at 11:34pm
Inspiration On: Thursday, 9 May 2013 at 1:36am

My mother told me that my dad is a very trusting person whose life and money were sucked by his friends. Then I was inspired with this poetry title and the poetry flowed later on. The book of Proverbs described the contrast between the naive, prudent, and the wicked. As I observe and scrutinize my parents, I realized i have a prudent mother. If not for her, I won’t be able to study in Singapore to get bachelor. Her motto (translated to English) is, “Though not cheating, prevent self from being cheated.” Then I wonder about myself and reflect the above poetry.