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My recent exchange with a member of the human race

I’ll tell you what happened to me yesterday. I work in a sports centre and while leaving the gym to go home I observed someone in a very expensive car throw an empty plastic bottle out of his window. I shouted out of my car window “that’s right just throw it out of your window PRICK!”. He subsequently stopped outside and challenged me.

“You don’t just swear at people, you ask them to pick it up”, he said. “You are an adult, you shouldn’t need to be told”, I retorted.

So he went in to the centre and reported me. The duty officer approached me the next day and told me that a complaint had been made against me, the guy said I called him a Fucking Prick (I’m sure I just said Prick). The duty officer is a good friend of mine and he threw the complaint in the bin after the guy had left, perhaps not the right thing to do, but I appreciated the gesture.

My feelings on the matter are that I share this environment with this arsehole and anyone who shows blatant disrespect for our environment does not deserve my respect. I have the right and the obligation to call people out when they behave like that (although maybe I shouldn’t loose my temper and swear at them).

 

The morel of this story is . . . well anybody care to add a moral?

 

Was I in the wrong?

 

Or do we have the right to speak our truth as we see it?

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Comment by nonya on July 10, 2011 at 12:05pm
Those of you who are quick to tell Kal to use diffeerent language, I challenge you all to live on the south side of chicago and see how far your nice language will take you. They will stab you for your weakness. Most of you who are telling Kal to use different language come from serene areas, so please, let Kal handle things the way he sees fit. Im walking proof that nothing will happen to him as long as he uses his passion for the greater good. Who cares about the language?!?!?!?!?   It means nothing in today's world. Its merely linguistics that actually have a REAL definition behind them.  Those of you who are telling him to use different language dont resort to these tactics and maybe you have no reason to given you live in peaceful places, but dont judge someone else when they are up against different circumstances. The goody goody tactic wont work with everyone.
Comment by nonya on July 10, 2011 at 11:59am
TIGER LEE, your scenario is a bit far fetched. Coming from an area where this happens a lot and myself that goes after these people, your jesus story doesnt fly. You would never make it in Chicago or the streets for that matter. There is no time to talk to people like a child. They drive in expensive cars, not hurting for money or chics to bang. They dont know what hurting is. Maybe your story would work better at a center for addicts, but not on the streets.
Comment by nonya on July 10, 2011 at 11:54am

OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   I AM STANDING UP AND APPLAUDING LOUDLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

I thought I was the only one who did stuff like that!!!!   Bit of a warning.....you will get in fights doing this....speaking from experience. Almost got tossed in jail not too long ago. THANK YOU!!!!!  More people should have your courage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Comment by Tiger Lee on July 10, 2011 at 8:08am
I think it was Deepak Chopra whom said "Jesus didn't say pick the most easy to deal with people, and treat them kindly" He said to love your enemies, meaning everyone.  < Jesus came forth with this revolutionary idea to treat people how you want to be treated. Jesus viewed everyone for their beauty. Back to your story; that does not mean that this guy is a "bad" person, b/c thats duality thinking. This guy is hurting inside and may be going through a lot. When it comes to people like this; you kind of have to talk to them like your would talk to a addict trying to get help. Talking kindly and using small words, lol.
Comment by CHRISTINA on July 10, 2011 at 8:04am

However there are times when the truth does not need to be spoken, as it may cause more harm than good, but we do have the necessary cognitive skills to judge that.

 

I agree, Kal'Narred. Sometimes, however, it's inevitable we step on other people's toes, even though we mean well. Been told off often for standing up for what I feel is right, never have the intention of hurting other people. Yet, want to speak both from the heart and by choosing my words carefully....

Comment by Kal'Narred on July 10, 2011 at 6:13am

Thank you guys. I think the moral is; speak your truth. However there are times when the truth does not need to be spoken, as it may cause more harm than good, but we do have the necessary cognitive skills to judge that.

Also some humans may turn violent, that doesn't concern me personally, I'm big enough and ugly enough to look after myself (and for most people to think twice before they start something), but I'd hate for my words to inspire someone to do something that will get them hurt.

What I will say is that when you stand up for what you feel is right (without pride or arrogance), then you feel a power there. And when it is against overwhelming odds then that power is unimaginably greater.

Just remember that you all have Guardian Angels, and when you trust them complicity, you will be ok.

Comment by CHRISTINA on July 10, 2011 at 5:26am

Kal'Narred, you were in the right! Period.

Comment by Richard Levasseur on July 10, 2011 at 5:21am
Hi! I know where your coming from.I have a story related to yours.That happened to me some years back.The only difference in the similarity of our stories.Is I chose not to call the police.I just walked away with a sore arm.Perhaps I should start at the beginning.In order to get some perspective on things.I had to stay and extra day in Las Vegas.Because my flight back to Chicago was cancelled.The airline set me up.With a hotel room that night.Before that time I was in Laughlin attending a UFO convention.Anyway getting back to the hotel room and the night lights of Las Vegas.I decided to step out and go to a fast food joint.I was full and on my way back.When all of a sudden.Someone threw a plastic bottle out of their car window.It hit my arm and the car sped off.Before I had a chance to identify the person and his vehical.I didn't call the police and I spent the rest of the night.In my hotel room until.It was time to check out.The story ends here and so I guess there is.No moral to this story.However I felt it neccessary to share it with you here.Thanks for sharing your story first.
Comment by Kal'Narred on July 9, 2011 at 10:21pm

You know what P, I don't see having a fiery temper a weakness anymore. as long as you do no unprovoked harm or harm any innocents, then it is total raw passion. It's not born out of pride or arrogance; it's born out of nature and concern. We all share this biosphere, but only a few of us realise how fragile it is, so lets fight for it.

Btw thank you for your words of support

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