This morning, my BB Devil signaled that I got mail. When I checked the mail, it was a notification that I have a comment for one of my entry in this blog. So because it was such a special comment, I have decided to make an entry out of it.
This was the comment:
"If you have any problems pertaining to the school, why don't you speak to me personally. Why are you tarnishing my name for your convenience. How will feel if someone does that to you when you are working. Put yourself in other people's shoes and feel it yourself. Your attitude need to change too. You should not even think of damaging other people's reputation as we are all humans and your Islamic teachings has also taught you this if I am not mistaken. Try to more calm when blogging. "
And here is my comment for that comment:
Dear fissure in ano AKA anonymous,
First of all, did we even speak when I was there? I have no friggin' idea who you are.
I do not have a problem or problems pertaining to the school as I did not and do not go there. The problem that I encountered was the hostility that was conveyed to me by the people that are working there. Well, to be honest and fair, not all of the people are as hostile and vile as the ones that i mentioned in my earlier post. For example, at least the Bangladeshi guards were nice enough to let me park at the preferred parking area while I go about business in the school. Also, the lady at the reception at the lobby, she was really nice to me to guide me to where I wanted to go. See, I don't trash them, because they are NICE.
Excuse me for saying this, but honey, it is really not convenient for me to trash anyone in my blog, let alone trashing you. It does take some time to write and wait for ideas to come to compose entries in blogs, you know. Convenience is further than the North Pole for me in this matter. Considering the fact that I get off work late and tired and out of ideas, this, my friend, is hard work.
Anonymous, it is easy to tell me to put myself in other people's shoes, or your shoes in this matter, to know how it feels. Well, let me ask you of this little favour, why don't YOU put yourself in MY shoes on the day that that incident happened in your school, and feel how I feel being treated like TRASH. It burns right?
Of course I need to change my attitude every now and then to make myself a better person. YOU must too. Oh, wait, you NEED to change YOUR vile attitude.
Oh, come on now. Don't use that RELIGION thing here. I am sure your religion, whatever it is that you are practicing, even if you are an atheist, will teach you that it is not right to treat others like you are so superior. Or are you actually suggesting that your religion allows you to be so arrogant? I doubt so. It all finally boils down to: "Do unto others what you want others to do unto you". I am sure you have heard or read that somewhere?
I am as calm as the summer's breeze.