I've been occupied doing some extra unnecessary chores around the house and outside the house lately. I missed my Music Monday post this week and this post is meant to be my Music Monday post. What to do? I was cooked up and got carried away with my chores. There were a few nights when I wanted to post it, got tired in the process and felt asleep.
I have this nature of wanting my surrounding clean, I cannot bear seeing rubbish thrown everywhere and if my cat shelter is not to my expectation. Just give you a clue here first before I elaborate further and perhaps I will write again if I feel I ought to with a few pictures taken as proofs.
There are a few things that upset me these days staying in this miserable place known as "Marang", yet I am trying my level best to be cool and calm. I find this is the most suitable song for this week entitled "Demi Matahari". This video is actually taken from the leadership and spiritual training course known as ESQ165. I think some selfish people need to be taught to respect and think of others too! I am just crying my heart out here, since when I made a complaint, they just turned on a deaf ears and no actions taken. Then it will be forgotten. Later in a different month there will be another similar gathering, the same thing will happen. This has been going on many times with paper plates and paper cups and tissues flying all over the place. The worst so far was the latest barbecue celebration after their "Mesra Raayat Meeting" with left over chicken bones all over the place.
I rather not elaborate in detail here, but I'm sure those who have followed my blog from the very beginning are already aware what I've gone through with abandoned cats and kittens at my front gates, I feel just like being made a fool for some reasons. As I mentioned earlier I might publish another similar post again with snapshots as proofs. And one thing I like to remind you people out there, "Do not judge a book by it's cover". Islam has taught us to be reasonable, good to neighbours and not hurting one another feelings. Our prophet Muhammad S.A.W was sent to this world as a good example to all human kind with his best of character. And we were also taught that half "iman" is cleanliness. Surprisingly, not many are following what was taught, dressing up the Muslim way tend to be a cover up or a trend to some which is really sad. I believe "Actions speak louder than words" Some people here have a very bad habit of throwing their rubbish just about anywhere they please behaving like uncivilized people apart from abandoning and throwing their unwanted cats and even tiny helpless kittens and at time without their mothers just about anywhere they like. I consider this animal abused and animal cruelty!
Just recently, they had a community meeting "Mesra Raayat" at a "Dewan" just near my house followed by a barbecue. The next morning I saw paper plates, paper cups, tissue papers flying all over the place and to make matter worst, there were also left over food including chicken bones thrown just about everywhere. Some of my cats brought home these left over chicken bones with big red ants all over, so poor me got no choice have to pick them all up gathered them in a plastic bag and threw them in a proper garbage bins. I believe there are still some more left over bones around!
Even the two big garbage bins from the opposite side of a very dangerous highway was rolled over by me quite sometime ago (during the early morning hour when there were less cars and heavy vehicles on the road) to the our side of the road to make it easier for us all in this area to throw our daily garbage, still some are lazy and selfish. Sometimes rubbish in plastic bags were just left beside the garbage bins on the road, since they are too lazy to open up the the cover to throw it in a proper manner and sometimes the cover were just left opened after rubbish are being thrown! My! My! tell me what to do with these bunch of inconsiderate people?! Definitely their young children will soon follow what the parents do, and I believe in a matter of time they too will have this bad habit and this will go on with their grand children too, if they still stick around in the same place with their parents and grand parents and not move out somewhere else when they get bigger. Shame, shame on them!
It's a heartache for me here. I just cannot pretend and make believe that I am alright when in the actual fact I am not, can I? There should be justice, right???