I’m pointing to the ones criticizing and calling people scared. Many of the so-called scared people are vulnerable having faced their mortality and the fear of that for a long time. They are the brave ones, not the people berating them because they don’t want to go out. The people saying they are fearless might learn what it is like to be vulnerable if they get it and get sick they might then learn compassion and support the so-called scared instead of calling them out like they are less than those that don’t fear this virus. I do appreciate that you didn’t specifically denigrate those with mental health challenges.
And those who have been locked in with their abusers, the neglected/abused children – they all desperately need to get out. The problem with comments like your OP is that you can’t select who sees it, it how it impacts them. but I’m not, you’re just taking offense because you can. I clearly mean people who are so self-centered and selfish about other people’s welfare that they think they are entitled to play golf for example during a pandemic. I agree with all you have said. But wishing others ill health is never ok. It doesn’t show you to be the better, more caring person. Quite the opposite.
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