In response to prompt : Glaring
Today is a sunny bright day in our city, the sun is so bright it’s almost blinding. I did not wear my sun glasses, when I went out. I felt it because I could not look outside.
When I boarded the bus I noticed the blazing sun on the seats on one side of the bus. To protect myself I sat on the opposite side. There was a lady on the bus she smiled, I said, ‘it’s too sunny and warm on the opposite side, this is why I took the seat on the shady side.’
Then I laughed and told her, ‘we do not seem to appreciate nature if it is sunny we complain, if it rains we pray for sun.’
Apart from the discussion of nature we also criticize people if they make glaring omissions on purpose. Once a student of mine scored 98% in the standardized test, he was put in C group, when he was supposed to be in group A. To me this was not a mistake but it was done on purpose. This kind of discrimination is outrageous!