July 2, 2019


by Ronald W. Clark, Jr (author's profile)


Date: 6/25/2019 9:07:32 AM

By Ronald W. Clark Jr

I've been witnessing the uncompassionate, rude, hateful and judgmental comments that trolls leave all over the Internet. I don't have Internet access, but I see it all over the news and shows like Daily Blast Live. These are senseless, hurtful comments that are designed to inflict pain into the hearts and minds of another human being. It's absolutely uncalled for!

I'm sure one of your trolls are reading this and are going to respond negatively. And you know what I've got to say to that? Reach out to me or someone else because you obviously have some serious issues that need to be resolved. And talking to someone and working through problems may help you. You may even need to speak to a psychologist.

Misery loves company! That's a true statement! And that's usually where the negative comments come from. Someone is hurting really bad inside, so they try to inflict pain into or onto someone else.

Just this past week, a famous actress took her three-year-old daughter to the dentist for the very first time. You trolls jumped all over her! It was absolutely uncalled for!

You could have left a comment with an eye-opening, teachable moment. By just saying, "It is recommended by the Dental Association that your child be seen for their appointment, at six months old. Good luck with your child." I'm sure the dentist told her that. Your comments would have been a teaching moment for her followers. This negativity... it accomplishes nothing other than hurting and trying to belittle another human being.

Think before you react. We're all human. We're all struggling with life, and its up and downs. Think of how you would feel if you were on the receiving end of your comment. Mercy trumps judgment!

And we're all guilty of being too judgmental—myself included. We are all fallible human beings. No one is perfect. All of us have done wrong at some point in time. The most famous saying of all lies true here. Ye without sin cast the first stone.

So, think before you react. Do good to others, even if you know they are in the wrong. For kindness goes a long way to healing oneself. And healing is what you truly need. May God bless you! And may find true peace in access of Mercy.

In peace, love, and mercy,


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