Last week, a series of events happened that brought a vital lesson about life to the fore.
Early last week, I saw someone i respect being "attacked" via a Facebook post. Seeing that Facebook post almost got me depressed because anger/bitterness covered the post like a stench.
Few days later, i saw someone said on Twitter that Naval's stuffs only work for him. I found that ridiculous. I don't take in all Naval says, but that allegation ain't true. At least majority of Naval's thoughts aren't far fetched he just says it in a more insightful manner. By the way couple of days later i saw the fellow quoted Naval's tweet with an addendum of validation. I just felt sorry for the guy.
Then the biggest part was when our beloved 200 Words A Day website got attacked on Sunday. I mean, no logical explanation for the attack except for pure mischievousness or evil (to call it what it is).
I was reminded again that, there will always be funny (funny because i'm at loss for words) people around, who derive pleasure in mischievousness, in opposing anything good/popular.
We can't do away with them, we can only act bigger.