07 October, 2006

What have I become, my sweetest friend?*

Reading through this at Faraz's blog, made me recall something that I had wanted to blog about a while back.

When I was in Melbourne in June-July, Arpeeta and I had to go visit Minku, who was staying at an apartment. Now while I depended on Arpeeta for directions a lot of the time, I (and her) were a bit nervous this time around because this route was a previously untravelled one.

We got onto the tram, got off at what we thought was the right stop and proceeded to walk towards what we thought was Minku's apartment.
We must've walked for about 30 minutes until we started to get that sickening feeling- you know the one that starts to creep upon you when you realise the path you've been walking on is like an escalator - in reverse. We weren't getting anywhere. The apartment shouldn't have been more than 5 minutes from the tram stop.

We spotted a tiny elderly lady walking towards us. She was carrying 4 bags of heavy groceries in each hand and looked quite tired as she walked quickly in the cold. Arpeeta walked upto her and said "Excuse me..could you tell me where Number 123 XYZ Apartments are?"
She looked around, thought for a bit and said "I'm not too sure but I think you're probably going in the right direction..the numbers seem to be heading towards your apartment!"
"Thank you so much!"
"Welcome, dear!"

We went our seperate ways, our footsteps quickening with excitement that comes with the surety.
Or so we thought.
We must've walked for another 20 minutes..and no sign of our apartment.
"I think we should walk back..."
Tired sighs all around.

We made the 20 minute walk back and to our surprise we saw the old Lady in the distace - walking towards us, hands still full of grocery bags! She hurried up to us and said -
"I realised while I was walking that I think I gave you the wrong direction!"
I gasped "You walked back to tell us!?"
"Yes, dear I know how scary it can be in a new country and being lost..I couldn't let you girls carry on walking like that!"
"That's so incredibly nice of you! Thank you so much!"
Arpeeta and I must've thanked her a million times over. She told us she still didn't know the right way but she couldn't let us continue down the wrong road.

I was stunned. Completely blown away. To actually be in the presence of someone who would take the effort to brave fatigue, distance AND cold just to come back to tell two complete strangers that she sent them the wrong way...it was..a privilege.
I'll be honest- I would have never done it. At least I don't think I would have. I wouldnt have walked those 20 minutes back.

I compared this small, kind act with the act committed by a man just a few days before - He was completely drunk and walked up to me and Arpeeta and told 'us fucking Indians' to 'go back home'.
Both were Australian, both were worlds apart in the way they thought and both would be remembered by two Indian girls continents away for entirely different reasons.

What about the death camps at Auschwitz? I watched Oprah and her guest Elie Wiesel who wrote the book 'Night' and it bought tears to my eyes. How could someone slaughter their fellow men like that? The victims were told they were going for showers...and by the time they found out the shower chambers were actually gas chambers - it was too late. Their homes, their families, their names and finally their souls were taken- systematically and ruthlessly.

It's amazing how people show themselves to be and what they truly show themselves to be once that thin veneer of civility and inhibition is pulled away and power is placed in their hands.

But how about something closer to home? What about someone you've known for 7 years? I had a supposed good friend tell her superiors at the job we worked at to "..watch out for that girl because she's trouble."
Now I can see the warped thinking behind a white guy wanting minorities out of his land - it's obvious. How warped is the logic behind a friend completely screwing you over, for no rhyme or reason? Don't ask. In fact, I wouldn't want to know. It makes me sick.

Want to know how tiny a kind gesture has to be to be remembered? Something as small as an old lady tapping me on the shoulder and asking if she can brush away the red ant that merrily making its way up my back. Something as small as giving up your seat for an old lady/old man/pregnant woman on the bus.
That small.



The point is - just when you're dead sure you've figured out the human race to be the scum that they're known for being, you get someone like the kind, old lady who does something to reaffirm your faith in people.
The world we're in is filled with people who just aren't ready to give someone a break. Do we need to add to it? We're all out for our pound of flesh and payback. We're all out to make a point - that we want what we want, that we DESERVE what we want, that it's our birthright. We try to convince ourselves that we're more in need of that bus seat than the pregnant lady in front of us.
Yes, I've seen grown men refusing to get their asses off a seat, even when a visibly pregnant woman or a fragile old man is standing right next to them. I hope you feel even more a man when you see me getting up for them.

It's bullshit. What have you done to deserve it? Unless you're in the whole 'creating-and-nuturing-a-life' business, you don't.
I don't know about you guys, but I believe in Karma.

Be someone's proverbial 'old lady' and see what you reap later on.
Trust me.

Oh and the next time you think bout back stabbing someone, think of the mouthful Karma will grab when it comes back to bite you in the ass.

Have a good and fruitful day everyone. Pass it on.


*Title from Johnny Cash's 'Hurt'

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Anonymous Anonymous did the happy dance and finally said..

Dear Mahima,
That nameless old lady's thoughtful gesture should be applauded.Such acts of kindness have become uncommon these days.But i need to mention that here in Chennai people are more friendly and helpful.
Now coming to that so called friend of yours back stabbing you
don't bother,she {(u have given a clue about who that friend is)will pay a price for it.
Take care Mahima.
Jenny.

10:51 PM  
Anonymous medha did the happy dance and finally said..

Aaaah Mahi, i SO totally get this post!!! Because i too completely believe in Karma. Just like you said, it can be very small things. Like badmouthing someone. Like commenting on someone's looks or even back-stabbing! I have seen people going out of their ways being mean and nasty and i really wonder 'are they not scared of karma at all?'. And yes, i have noticed people not giving up their seats. Seriously, where has the compassion gone? When did we become so selfish and inconsiderate?

Oh, and the Holocaust has always fascinated me! Such inhumanity and merciless people. I have watched lots of movies on the Holocaust with my dad..and while watching one of the movies my dad said to me, "Just imagine, all of a sudden, one fine day some people come and take you away and you will never ever see your mother, father and brother again.. Just imagine how you would feel!"

Man, not only did it give me goos bumps all over, i was literally in tears!!! Even the mere thought of it makes me wanna cry, i wonder how those people coped with it who were sent to concentration camps! :S

11:53 PM  
Blogger Zaphod did the happy dance and finally said..

not a relevant post but I have to comment that most of the people who leave messages on my blog are aquarians...well, i guess the batty shall inherit the earth!!

1:55 AM  
Blogger Silvara did the happy dance and finally said..

Hey Mahi! Hmm...Melbourne can be like that - even to us indians who have been born here...you can't escape racist morons lol. BUT, there is always someone else who can make you forget about such ignorance by a small gesture of kindness or caring. You're right though, it hurts more when it someone closer to you, someone who you thought was one way and then acted another. These conflicting sides of good and evil are all what makes everyone human - some, I guess have more of one than the other.

"What goes around...comes around..." :D

8:06 AM  
Blogger Raindrop did the happy dance and finally said..

I don't understand racism..I see people as people, and their race would never affect my interaction with them!

As for bad people receiving their just desserts, I'm not sure that always happens. But I still try to be nice though, it's just easier on ME to be nice to other people!

11:42 AM  
Blogger abhi did the happy dance and finally said..

come back to india, everyone is treated like scum here ... sex, creed, race, age alike ...

once again childing aside (and for the first time admitting in public), Good words up there

12:03 PM  
Blogger Madame Mahima did the happy dance and finally said..

jenny - people are friendly and helpful all over the world i think but its just so rare to see it..ahh that 'friend'..to be honest i dont even care what happens to her..the person that shes become is now irrelevant, i only remember the acts :)

medha - precisely..i put myself in their shoes and thats why it shook me up..and yep ive seen people go out of their way to be nasty too and i just think 'why?' i mean what purpose would it served 5 seconds from now :S

zaphod - batty indeedy :D

silvara - some DEFINITELY have more than others..it makes me cringe coz ive witnessed it first hand!

raindrop - yay ure back! very true..being nice is just the easier way to go and yet people have issues with that too coz they feel the other person didnt warrant the niceness.
bah..where is the love, people

12:03 PM  
Blogger Nath did the happy dance and finally said..

It's interesting that so many people seem to believe in karma, on some level. Why? I, for one, have seen no correlation between how ethically people act and how happy they are. Ceteris paribus, ethical people seem to be at a disadvantage.

This isn't to say I think people shouldn't act ethically; it's just that you should expect a net cost, not a reward, for doing the right thing.

Raindrop: I don't understand racism..I see people as people, and their race would never affect my interaction with them!

Racism isn't complicated. I see two mechanisms:
First, there is a correlation between races and cultures. Different cultures have different social and ethical norms. People with different social norms are harder to identifier with, and people with different ethical norms are considered 'bad'.
Second, there is a leftover survival mechanism in place to like people of the same 'tribe' as you more than people of different groups. This is why, all over the world, you see people of similar backgrounds sticking together.

12:04 PM  
Blogger Madame Mahima did the happy dance and finally said..

abhi - thank u abhi i shall treasure this moment :P

nath - its going to be pretty hard to measure how happy someone is (even when we're talking abt lab settings) after they do smthg nice.
being nice isnt abt expecting a reward or cost or whatever..personally speaking i dont expect someone to give me a lollipop everytime i give up my seat, its the intangible benefit that i get that keeps me happy. and more so its the RIGHT thing to do. i dont care if no one else wants to do it..it doesnt matter as long as its not on my conscience.
whats the net cost? probably a little extra fatigue? having to stand up for 10 more minutes...not a problem. people have faced worse situations :) thanks for visiting!

12:24 PM  
Blogger Nath did the happy dance and finally said..

whats the net cost? probably a little extra fatigue? having to stand up for 10 more minutes...not a problem.

In this case, clearly, the cost is trivial and the benefit outweighs it. However, when people generally speak of karma, i.e. the idea that good actions yield rewards and bad actions yield punishments, they often seem to imply that the rewards and punishments are more than just the person's feelings about his or her actions.

For one thing, the more horrible a person's actions, the less likely the person is to feel remorse. Psychopaths, for instance, simply lack the capacity to empathise with their victims. And even if the person in question does eventually feel unbearable regret and commits suicide, the punishment was no greater than that of a perfectly blameless person who happened to be extremely depressed.

2:39 PM  
Blogger exclusively_me did the happy dance and finally said..

the world IS soo full of scum.....but time and again. u do come across people who are just soo down to earth and humble..., going out of their way to help you, knowing fully well that u might not be able to return their favour...it makes u realise that there may be a lot of of bad ...but there's also a lot of good around..
Basically , it hurts when you see people being so brash and chauvinistic for no reason at all..and then there comes a point when you start thinking "what the hell , everyone ou there is conniving and selfish and perhaps i'm just being too soft.."
Although, in the bottom of your heart you do know that life does come full circle...and what you do to others will be done unto you...
But its hard to believe in it when ppl u care for change colours and u no more recognise them....
Thats what makes me so sad that at times i just start thinking "will i ever be able to trust someone completely and absolutely , ever again..?"
All we can do is , I guess , just try and not stoop low..and have the guts to stand up for what's right as opposed to whats popular..

ps..sorry if my looong comment bugged you.. :)

3:16 PM  
Blogger Madame Mahima did the happy dance and finally said..

nath - i suppose you're right..when people think 'karma' they think mostly about the tangible benefits- which sort of defeats the purpose of doing something with good intentions..oh well thats humanity for you :P
hmm about the magnitude of the deed being inversely related to the amount of remorse experienced..im in two minds on that one..we know psychopaths have a problem in the brain, these arent normal sane people, so yea that might explain their lack of remorse..but what about 'sane' people?
punishment was no greater than that of a perfectly blameless person who happened to be extremely depressed fair enough, but for someone on the outside to speculate- that wouldnt fully be appreciating what the individual himself has gone thru coz we will never know the demons he/she has faced! interesting train of thought tho!

exclusively me - haha yea..ive often wondered if im too soft with other people, but hey..we just do what we have to do right? life indeed does come full circle..
i personally feel not trusting anyone all your life would be a very sad way to live..we're human..we experience so many lovely events because of the trust we place in people..to deprive ourselves of those experiences wouldnt be fair :)
ive got absolutely ntohing against long comments m'dear! keep em coming :D

3:26 PM  
Blogger Nath did the happy dance and finally said..

I promise, I'll stop spamming your blog after this one...

we know psychopaths have a problem in the brain, these arent normal sane people, so yea that might explain their lack of remorse..but what about 'sane' people?

Name a normal, sane serial killer. There are none. That's because we define things like 'normal' and 'sane' in terms of things like whether or not the person in question is a serial killer. There is often no single, clear, easy to identify characteristic that marks a person as a psychopath, simply a lack of empathy. Psychopaths are often perfectly sane, in every other way. I'm less empathic than most people; that doesn't necessarily make me insane. (There are other things that do, but that's another story...)

that wouldnt fully be appreciating what the individual himself has gone thru coz we will never know the demons he/she has faced!

In some cases, we do. Once a person has been clinically diagnosed as psychopathic, you can be fairly sure that they have no inner demons tormenting them. All it takes is for one murderous psychopath to live a long, happy life (many have) to prove that the karma system is either non-existent or fundamental flawed.

3:42 PM  
Blogger sac did the happy dance and finally said..

spot on, spot on. most people just want to get on with their lives, which is fair enough; a few go out of their way to help others, i respect that; but a few others are simply frothing at the mouth to do someone over, and that i do not get.
small irritations, day-to-day confrontations, verbal abuse and office politics are one thing, nasty enough but in occasional doses ultimately forgettable. but racial hatred confounds and scares me, because i have no idea what mental plane a person like that is on, or how to confront it the way i've been brought up. dialogue or common courtesy or ethics or compassion flies in the face of a switchblade waiting for any excuse to come out.
unfortunately those at the opposite end of our reasoning scales most probably won't be reading/identifying with your post or the likes of it; they'd be too busy skimming the daily mail/sun's latest front page scaremongering, or a la skrewdriver.net, shouting seig heils and looking for dark-skinned heads to stomp.

4:06 PM  
Blogger Madame Mahima did the happy dance and finally said..

nath - lol dont worry i dont see it as spamming- spamming is generally illogical nonsense aimed at just pissing off the writer- this is a good conversation topic and we're having a good conversation :)
i never mentioned 'sane' and 'serial killer' in the same sentence ;) not once. i meant 'sane' people in the context of not killers (coz nothing really justifies the logic behind committing that act) but generally in the sense that no one can really speak for another person when they say 'oh she has experienced great remorse' or 'she has not experienced any remorse'. not until we actually figure out a quantitative way of doing so!
the karma system as i implied before is probably more of a subjective one rather than one thats a set formula for everyone. each person lives in their own little universe, governed by their own laws of what they think is right or wrong..the 'karma system' is catered to my stylings as im sure others have tweaked it to suit themselves..

sac - i have no idea what mental plane a person like that is on, or how to confront it the way i've been brought up.
exactly.
HOW do you deal with someone like that? do you call them stupid at their face and splutter over how idiotic they can be? i doubt itll do them (or us) any good..
we all know well enough that on a genetic level we're the same..how do u make someone else see that? you can explain it, you can shout it, you can sing it out loud but if the person isnt ready to see the truth then theres no point really..
(something along the lines of 'you can bring a horse to the water, but u cant make it drink')
ah well..we can only hope good sense will prevail..failing which, im sure the truth will find some other way to get to them.

4:45 PM  
Blogger abhi did the happy dance and finally said..

nath n mahi: get a room

(chat) .. dont get ideas

6:44 PM  
Blogger chitgo did the happy dance and finally said..

been having such thoughts about the general state of apathy existing in a lot of my fellow indians here in delhi as well. It can be a frustrating and anger-inducing feeling seeing various levels of the diaspora react in ways completely unbecoming of their social status and education....(or so convention trains us to believe)

I believe in karma too, and yet would not want to ever use it as a threat/driving force for the act of being 'human'...hell, whats coming to you, is coming to you. Being alive and acknowledging your fellow man is a co-existence that kind of makes life worth living.

or is that utopian?

screw it.

'Human' being
'Being' human.

there must be something to it.

12:18 PM  
Blogger The Box did the happy dance and finally said..

That last post read like an episode of Sex & The City. I wish I could turn my directional moron stories (basically everytime I drive) into something like an epiphanie. Mine tend to degenerate into arguments, wasted petrol and low self-esteem.

12:16 AM  
Blogger the wannabe indian punkster did the happy dance and finally said..

You know mahi, this reminds me of an incident which happened to me when I was walking home from school, I was in 6th grade I guess.

Two guys on a scooter drive up to me and ask me directions to a certain place. I wasnt exactly sure where it was, but I gave them accurate directions upto a certain point and I told them specifically that the place they were looking for was very close to the point I had described and I wasnt sure about the complete directions after that. They thanked me and left. Ten minutes later, just as I was ready to walk up the little sidewalk which led to my house, I see the same guys pull up next to me again and they actually looked pissed. I asked them what the matter was and they started yelling! They were like "oh if you didnt know the damn directions why did you send us..blah blah..why didnt you tell us that we had to make that final left turn, we missed that turn and drove straight ahead" and on and on.

Now I told them specifically that I didnt know the exact location, but I did know its whereabouts and I could definitely lead them there. And they did go there, all they did was miss a turn! And I was only 11 for god's sake! And this was in India btw.

Goes to show that even 11 year olds can be subjected to the proverbial 'non-old lady' syndrome by insensitive douche-bags.

And gosh my comment is long. I guess this is a first. :)

3:37 AM  
Anonymous Brad did the happy dance and finally said..

Is it possible that you bad-mouthed somebody, and coz' of Karma, it got back to you through those Australian men who spewed expletives at you guys! Just a thought.

4:31 AM  
Anonymous MiNKu did the happy dance and finally said..

Glad at least somethin good came out of findin my ulufied apartment...haha...

12:55 PM  
Blogger Raindrop did the happy dance and finally said..

Nath, sure, I understand the underlying mechanism of racism. What I meant was that I think it's stupid.

1:27 PM  
Blogger Mediocretes did the happy dance and finally said..

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1:53 PM  
Blogger Madame Mahima did the happy dance and finally said..

abhi - shush :P

chitgo - karma is definitely not the driving force behind every action, and it shouldnt be, coz then all you are doing is running scared..as raindrop mentioned earlier..doing nice things feel nice..that simple! definitely sounds utopian but even that is a beginning :)

box - aww honey we've all been there..but remember theres always a lesson to be learnt - in this case it's 'next time ask for specific directions or get a road map!' :P

megha - gosh! what is wrong with people..goes to show u get all sorts in this world eh? i cant believe they actually caught up with u to yell at you..thats just fucked up!

brad - probably..but as far as i know i havent seriously bad mouthed anyone THAT badly..and i dont see that aussie guys words as bad karma..his words were plain stupidity and ignorance..thats not my fault, its HIS :)

minku - lol!

raindrop - totally!

mediocre - maybe we self absorbed brainiacs DID offer to help and didnt want to put it in the post..yknow coz while we ARE self absorbed, we dont suffer from over-inflated egos..unlike of course some self-admittedly 'non judgemental' self righteous non-bloggers.
lol pretty non judgemental? who are you kidding.

2:01 PM  
Blogger the wannabe indian punkster did the happy dance and finally said..

oh oh looks like we have a troll here mahi, hee hee!

12:35 AM  
Blogger Menagerie did the happy dance and finally said..

Nice post! As a good friend of mine likes to always say, "Duniya gol hai, har paap ka double role hai" (loosely transalted to , 'the world is round, and every sin has a double role;)

Something I kept wondering till the very end...Did you girls offer to carry the old lady's grocery bags.? :P ....

Lol! Kidding sweetie :)

12:50 AM  
Blogger Webmiztris did the happy dance and finally said..

hey now, johnny cash's 'hurt' is a cover of a nine inch nails, don't ya know. ;)

that is so sweet of the old lady! and you guys didn't carry her bags for her? bad mahi!! ;)

1:32 AM  
Blogger sanjay jha did the happy dance and finally said..

nameste
lessons of life...
happy blogging,
cheers,
jhaji.

12:00 PM  
Blogger chitgo did the happy dance and finally said..

brown indian thugs?
hahahahahaahahahah....i just wished mediocre's profile said ANYthing but 'american'. alas, i was wrong.

anyway, id rather be a brown indian thug then racist white trash anyday.

12:23 PM  
Blogger chitgo did the happy dance and finally said..

:) thanks for the schooling dude...

and atleast i agree with one thing you said...'it really must suck to be you'

cheers.

3:22 PM  
Blogger Madame Mahima did the happy dance and finally said..

megha - ahh lucky me :D

menagerie - uve got a very smart friend :)

dawn - of course i knew thaaat! i prefer johnny cash's version :P ohh dont u start now :P

mediocre - ah you kidder you. im just going to delete whatever you put up from now on okay? i dont have patience for people like you. i dont appreciate personal attacks on me or my friends either. so off you go.

welcome sanjay!

chitgo thanks :) im just going to delete this guy's comments from now..i hate that my place is being spoilt by people like him.
you know whats the best bit? this dude doesnt even have the balls to get his own blog..guess he must be scared of flaming ;)

4:22 PM  
Anonymous drops of jupiter did the happy dance and finally said..

Your blog hates me!! Every post pukes out my comments! GAHHHHHH

God bless that little old lady..

When I was in Interlaken (looong ago) we were lost and didn't have a hotel booked.. and this woman sent her daughter out in the pouring rain, found us a sweet little inn and explained everything to the innkeeper in German.. we didn't have to do a thing.. so cute nay?

5:52 PM  
Blogger Sravanthi did the happy dance and finally said..

Mahi cliched as this will sound this post warmed my heart. It took me back to all the good I have seen in the world. I choose to ignore the bad at this point. =)

10:15 PM  
Blogger Urban Bourbon Ninja did the happy dance and finally said..

Once I held my hand out to a firang chap, and he refused to shake hands with me. ``I dont do that with indians,'' he said. The best part... he was chinese :P

But seriously, i think we all have a bit of good in us... i just think that a lot of the time its pushed down and supressed, by the bad deeds of others.

So i guess if we're all nice to each other, the world should get better.

10:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous did the happy dance and finally said..

hey mahi,
nice article just a guess on the email you sent me...i think the guy's name is jeetendar..let me know if i'm right..i'll love it if i'm right.
take care.

10:49 PM  
Blogger Madame Mahima did the happy dance and finally said..

jups - ahh its this whole beta version of blogger..things always mess up in transition! aww that was very nice of her..u dont get people these days who actually go all out to help

sravanthi - im glad you liked it babe :) ahh if only all of us could forget the bad..but i guess its good not to forget? i mean otherwise ud never really appreciate the good eh?

ninja - yay!!! you're baaaack :D
well yea its sad..you get all sorts eh? its in our nature to be helpful most of the time..i mean we ARE social animals but too bad our insecurities (and those of others) and ignorance gets in the way..

anon/jr?- hahaha you're WRONG! :D

11:26 PM  
Blogger md did the happy dance and finally said..

Karma aside .. I think the satisfaction one gets out of doing a good turn is one of the biggest rewards one can experience.

Btw, I feel it is not necessarily the action that can cause karma. It is the attitude behind the action. If someone gives up their seat in the bus out of disgust or irritation at the person, it still generates bad karma.

Btw, this reminds me of an incident that happened with me. Once, in Bangalore, I gave up a seat in a bus to an old (Tam Brahmin probably) lady and her grand daughter. But because the bus was crowded, I had to stand right next to them, and when the bus braked hard, my hip accidentally touched the old lady's shoulder. And after that, all hell broke loose!! I was accused in strange south indian languages by the old lady of all possible misdemeanors. It went on until the conductor came and resolved the issue. Sigh ..

4:25 PM  
Blogger Sheetal did the happy dance and finally said..

hey there

just found your blog via someone elses... it's SO damn funky - i love it!!!!!

the colours are awesome..and ur posts are ...wow!

will visit you again soon.. it's always good to meet ppl and i'm finding that blogging is the perfect way to do so :)

hope to chat soon
sheetal (south africa)

12:15 AM  
Blogger Madame Mahima did the happy dance and finally said..

md - exactly..i mentioned the same thing before too - expecting a reward sorta makes the whole thing redundant..and yes its the attitude behind the action too!

sheetal - heeey u :) welcome! im glad you liked the blog..and yes youre right..blogging is an awesome way to make more friends..some of my blogging buddies are my closest friends yet! take care babe and do visit again :)

10:27 AM  
Blogger Roy did the happy dance and finally said..

Hi..

The things which stopped me r:
1. the blog as a whole .. d writing style ...d way u create a humor with a message ... the side with an innovative names ...most importantly to make readers feel "u r welcome"

Nice to land here ..
Roy

5:48 PM  
Blogger CoFfEe AnGeL did the happy dance and finally said..

Hey!have been readin ur blog for a few days now and this one compelled me to comment :) i understand what ur trying to say...and frankly i heaved a sigh of relief that there r people like you and the old lady and the other old lady [red ant one] around...
see...the best we can do is be kind, be compassionate and hope that maybe our acts open someones eyes and inspire them to do the same :-)
u may like this post of mine, i dont know :)

http://acuppaconversation.blogspot.com/2009/08/turn-me-into-pink-mist.html

1:42 AM  

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