Dis­re­spect every­where

The Glengarry News - - News -

The Editor, I looked up the def­i­ni­tions of dis­re­spect on the in­ter­net and the one I chose high­lighted lack of re­spect and con­sid­er­a­tion. Nowa­days glob­ally, we are bombarded with sto­ries of it in pol­i­tics, ed­u­ca­tion and com­mu­nity, to name a few ex­am­ples. But we don't have to go very far to wit­ness and ex­pe­ri­ence dis­re­spect.

On any given day in the park­ing lot of Alexan­dria's Char­trand Your In­de­pen­dent Gro­cer, we see shop­ping car­riages left be­hind smack dab in the mid­dle of the park­ing area. I can't un­der­stand how any­one has the nerve to aban­don their cart with­out even mov­ing it to the side and out of the way. It re­ally bog­gles the mind es­pe­cially in this coun­try set­ting where one would ex­pect peo­ple to be a lit­tle more con­sid­er­ate to their fel­low neigh­bours. Jerry Bo­roff, Dalkeith

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