Death finds in many forms. The list of ways to kill a person is too long. But the worst form of killing a person is indifference.
“The worst sin toward our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them: that’s the essence of inhumanity.” (George Bernard Shaw.)
We can refuse one friendship, not out of malice, but of indifference. We can deny one asylum and thus push him into an uncertain future. Unfortunately humanity in people is almost disappeared in our society and indifference is encouraged.
We are so prepared that there are many lonely, sick, unemployed, homeless people, and that nothing will change, even though we put ourselves in with our compassion and love. But there is always something we can do, if we don’t walk away.
Breaking away from being closed in one’s self is the necessity of the time. A compassionate look from me can change a person; it does not bring sorrow or make someone sick, but give courage to live again.
We need a balanced engagement with all aspects of life. It is the acceptance of the beautiful and terrifying world.