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Making A Difference

Making A Difference

How many people in the world are brought up with the difference between right and wrong?
I'm guessing probably most people. But here is the thing ; do you really know the difference between what is truly right and wrong?
Is it ok to be a good person and see something wrong and not do anything about it? I'll answer that for you; the answer is no. Standing there and witnessing or hearing a bully, or any kind of domestic abuse and not doing anything about it is just as bad as being the perpetrator.

The one thing I have seen getting worse over the years is climbing crimes of domestic abuse and bullying. Bullies used to be someone we would fear as a kid in school; it is now a common practice in the corporate world. I never thought that one day kids would be killing themselves all around the world because of bullying. This is not something that people as a whole should be ignoring. Bullying has gotten so bad in the schools that now finally, teachers are doing something about it.

But more needs to be done. Bullying is not something to be taken lightly; it starts at school and carries over into the adult life. In the corporate world it is used by managers to somehow control their employees. Threats of being fired can be a daily occurence, disrespect is something one learns to deal with, and not to mention when you're dealing with public and someone calling you names and you call for help; you don't get it by your superior because the customer is always right.

Do you stand up for the worker in this scenario or do you back the customer who is being a bully? Bullying in itself should be a crime. Not just over the internet but in all aspects of life. Why is it ok to go to jail for helping someone die of a deadly disease, but is it ok to bully someone, which should be considered a form of torture, and not go to jail?

Just like bullying , domestic is still to taboo for people to talk about. Domestic abuse is still going on regardless of laws in place to protect not only the victims but the ones who also make the decision to step in and help. I'm not just talking about the physical abuse; I am also talking about mental and emotional abuse that happen. All of these things can kill someones soul, there trust and there hope.

Mental and emotional abuses go hand and hand with each other. Sometimes it is just the mental and emotional abuse and the physical never comes into play. But more times then not, the physical abuse is not far behind. When the physical abuse has been used or is in use sometimes a person or a child is killed. That's when it is too late. I was told a story by a co-worker that left me feeling disgusted with what this person did not do.

This person just moved and a few nights in a row they have heard the couple fighting upstairs. I guess one night they had overheard the couple fighting again and the women was shouting and crying out, "please don't do it again!" The man responded shouting back "don't make me do it again!" I asked my co-worker "did you call the cops?" this person responded with "no, we don't know what is really going on up there. It's weird hearing it".

This is something I have heard other people say when hearing yelling and screaming going on next door, or in the apartment above. Granted it is true that they did not know what was going on and didn't want to get involved. I can understand that but here is where the difference between right and wrong comes into play. What if that man had killed her? Would it have been wrong to call the cops to make sure nothing happened? Or would it have been involving to call the cops and prevent a death from happening?

I myself have been bullied violently when I was a kid in school. I was shoved into lockers and pushed into boys locker rooms and was beaten in halls and on the school bus. Don't think I didn't say anything to a teacher because I did. Many times I said something to a teacher and the bus driver. Nothing was done. I have called out for help when I was being beaten by my father. No one came. Maybe that's why I am the way that I am. I cannot stand by when I see bullying. I cannot stand by when I hear or see domestic abuse.

Do what you know in your heart is right. Step in and help someone. It doesn't matter if you are the only one standing there by yourself, standing up for what is right was never meant to be easy. It takes courage to stand up for what is right. It takes a love for people or at the very least a compassion for humanity. It sounds easier then it is. Look at the kids today; they are learning that this behavior is ok.

These kids will take these lessons they are learning and carry it into their adult life. There is no more room for fear, just bravery. You never know what will happen in your life. Who knows, one day you may need this kind of help and just hope that a person will take that step and make a difference, and find the courage they never thought they had and help you.

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