Sunday, September 13, 2015

Invisibility Seen Differently

     Being invisible doesn't always mean that you can't be seen by others. What if you were different? It would hurt, right? Just because you here the word invisible doesn't mean that no one sees you, and that you have the freedom to do anything you want. For others, invisible means being hated and ignored. Take your classmate, for example. You see him. You even hear him. But do you even talk to him? Sometimes, you would even tease and laugh at him. He's already invisible, and you're making his situation worse.


     Every night, you would be chatting with your friends on Facebook, while your classmate would be crying a bucket of tears. You would be a bully. Bullying has never been good, and it never will be. Teachers and parents always say that we should never bully others, but nothing really changes. They waste their time reminding their children and students, not even knowing that they've bullied millions of kids. Bullies multiply.

     It's never too late. Stop being a villain and start being a hero. If you're a victim of bullying don't be afraid to step up and defeat those bullies! For a change, remove that invisibility cloak and follow Kid President's saying; "Be somebody who makes everybody feel like a somebody". 
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