A Digital Designer from Wa and Based in Accra has noticed with regret how some of her people within Wa have resorted to backbiting, inheriting others enemies and judging people based on what they hear from others, In a post by Zule Zule, she urged well thinking residents who engage in such lifestyles to desist from the act and ensure to engage people to know their side of the story before judging them.
Be on guard always. It’s human nature to judge. But check yourself before you speak or send that nasty message and do any potential harm. You can’t undo what you’ve done. Pause. Try to see things from the other person’s point of view. Put yourself in their shoes. Aim to be a human of values and integrity. Be kind, empathetic and treat everyone with respect and dignity. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you have achieved; if you are a good human, you have accomplished the biggest success in life. May Allah accept our good deeds. Don’t judge people based on what you heard about them. Preconceived ideas are not useful. Give everyone a chance. Hear them out. Wouldn’t you like to be given that chance if you were in their shoes? Be fair. I sometimes shudder to think how my people in Wa my mother land will fair in the day of recompense knowing that hypocrisy and bad energy towards one another is one of the hugeness crimes in the eyes of our creator. Let’s be fair and don’t regret the roles we play in making peoples lives uncomfortable. Just thinking about my society from bed !Jahzarkumullahu khayran
Zule Zule is Product of Dr. Hilla Limann Technical University in Wa, Upper West Region of Ghana.