Truf­fles and lowly peo­ple

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS - By Saad Al-Motesh

No­body is per­fect be­cause per­fec­tion is a trait of Almighty Al­lah alone. How­ever, we have some out­stand­ing things in our life that we tend to con­sider sort of per­fect, such as houses, ve­hi­cles or any other man­made thing. Some peo­ple are surely per­fect in a neg­a­tive way. For ex­am­ple, some are ex­tremely rude and im­pu­dent. They are un­ri­valled in this re­gard. Oth­ers mainly de­pend on what­ever they pos­sess to at­tract oth­ers hang­ing around to make use of what­ever they have.

Per­fec­tion is rel­a­tive and all peo­ple are en­ti­tled to con­sider them­selves per­fect when­ever they be­lieve that op­po­nents are less com­pe­tent. Such lowly per­sons al­ways want to at­tract at­ten­tion be­cause of their own im­per­fec­tion, even if the only way to do so is by of­fend­ing oth­ers. Lowly peo­ple al­ways un­leash their rude­ness to­wards oth­ers be­cause they lack many good traits that can­not be bought with money or gained through po­lit­i­cal or fi­nan­cial sta­tus.

So, to all those who have been of­fended and crit­i­cized by lowly peo­ple, I beg your par­don. We do know your ori­gins as well as theirs. We know how they had been brought to Kuwait. We know their fam­ily trees and how they grew here in Kuwait. We also know that no­body in Kuwait grew like truf­fles or mush­rooms! —Trans­lated by Kuwait Times

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