Just because your offended, doesn’t make you right.

The words we use can do so many things, you can lift someone up or knock someone down oftentimes with just one sentence.
I voice my opinion on most things I encounter in my life and I am pretty sure I offend at least one person everyday, not like I try to it  just happens.
I consider myself a person who doesn’t take things personally, I am not easily offended or bothered by other people’s words everyone is entitled to their own opinion……or are they?

Freedom of speech is considered a human right in many nations but is that only true if you are politically correct and don’t ruffle any feathers or step on anyone’s toes?
All to often people are shamed for voicing their opinions;
Never fails someone says something, posts or tweets something and they are immediately shamed into regretting that they even thought it, let alone voiced it!

Everyone is so sensitive and people just need to calm the Fuck down!!!
If I say something that happens to offend you, unless I specify that I am thinking this because of you, I am probably not saying it to hurt or belittle you I’m just voicing my opinion.
I’m not perfect, no one is and you are more than likely to take offense to something at one point in time and you have a right to do that just as much as they are allowed to voice this opinion in the first place. But by no means does that make you right and the other person wrong in their way of thinking.

What it all boils down to is we all just need to mind our own business sometimes and let people be themselves and allow them to voice these opinions that is our supposed right, as long as we are not bringing harm to another person or being malicious in our statements just let it be.
                                       Lady B.


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