Commentary Opinion: There are many people in our today’s society whose walk in life has been physically exhausting to constantly end in failures and disappointments regardless of their effort to improve their life’s journey. Their efforts to improve their overall life and to end the tortuous acts against them come back to slap them across their faces over and over again.
They’ll find themselves on the outside looking in and wondering how they ended up with such acts of cruelty against them. They’re constantly trying to be able to step inside and to see how it feels for a change to be on the inside looking out but they’re knocked back by dilemma’s. They’ll review their young lives and remember as young youths how they carried huge scars that were embedded in their souls by parental abuse, mistreatments, assaults, name callings, no love and with the feelings of, “Why was I ever born;” and yes, they were told this many times during their young lives, “I wish you were never born.”
This abuse is the ruination of our society throughout the world. Abuse and mistreatment has had such an impact on the inner souls and hearts of human life until it has destroyed people’s self-confidence, self-esteem and destroyed people’s self-worth. A nation that lives under the shadows of being afraid to express themselves and to elaborate their opinions for fear of failure over and over again will become a nation of inabilities in many avenues in our world.
People must encourage their youngsters in their lives and coach them to become successful human beings; and when we don’t, the ball rolls back into our courts. Once a seed is planted it cannot be changed unless their is love and with a constant watering to change it.
People we need to analyze our own hearts as to how we treat others who aren’t as successful as we might be and show them love, a smile and allow them to know we see them as being human and desiring the likes of what the world has to offer them. There’s no-one who can see the scars in people’s hearts and souls or the abuse they have suffered at the hands of other people. Scars constantly eat at the minds of those who have them and those scars are permanent.
People’s scars were easily embedded but the pain and the insecurities left behind are there lingering inside and they find they’re actually crippled to a degree by their abuses.
The majority of these people are ashamed of their lives and their pasts, and the many nights of fights and fusses from drunken brawling parents who have destroyed their trust and love and left them aimlessly astray. They live with their pasts every day of their lives; and yes, it has had a terrible impact on their ability to cope in the world.
People as we watch those who are on the outside looking in, stop and bring them inside to see the other side of life. They deserve the better things in life too. They’re worthy as a human and they have lots to offer a society.
Many of these people end up unfortunate homeless people having a total disconnection in life because they were destroyed as young children. They live aimlessly from day to day to find themselves but it ends up a continual begging on a street corner, sleeping on a park bench and eating whatever they can find during the day.
It’s my firm belief people “we” should never ignore these people, “we” need to offer a smile and a hello and a helping hand when we are able to do so. It doesn’t hurt a soul on this earth to acknowledge people regardless of their fate, it may make a change in their lives and they’ll stop to feel someone “does care about me” and they’ll make another attempt to change their lives.
These people are human beings with feelings just like a successful person and they need to be recognized in communities on city streets throughout the world. They’re living as life treated them and they struggle every day of their lives to make it through another day.
We should show love and understanding to every person on earth and this will make our world a better place to live in. People who show disregard for human beings, it’s my belief they’re destroying lives in the world. Let us not be judges of those who aren’t as fortunate but hold our judgments to ourselves.
The sole writer of this article is Barbara Kasey Smith & it’s her sole opinion.