12 . 11 . 2017
Ignorance lead to unnecessary hatred

Ignorance lead to unnecessary hatred

12 . 11 . 2017

Hi and Assalamualaikum everyone. Today I kinda want to talk something so random and very personal. An opinion.

Remember when an uninvited anon came to my comment section and telling few paragraphs of hates? It's not that I want to bring it up and make things worse but this entry is totally related with that occurrence. Since it's anon who no one know the identity, so this entry didn't mean to brings anyone down or public shaming anyone.

Let's name this local make up brand A, and this girl on twitter as B. This girl named B tweet something like "The Brand A sells makeup in quite high price, we don't even know they re-brand it from where" something like that. And right away Brand A replied to the girl's tweet and the girl get embarrassed (i guess) and able to cover it up.

As we all know local beauty products have quite bad reputation in Malaysia due to so many issues such as having harmful substances as it ingredient, fake products, and re-branding. So this girl who did not know much and didn't see the whole view in this industry simply thought that the brand is a re-branding it products and sell them at higher markups and tweet some sort of hatred.

Same goes to what happened to me. This anon said that all my themes are a result of plagiarism and she asked people to go look around themes at Tumblr and Blogskins and they will realize that all my themes was taken from there. This will happen if you don't know how people get something or how things work. Before I was able to create a theme, I thought we need to buy codes too.

"And now, she's using someone's codes that could make your blog mobile-friendly. Oh My God. If she says she produced that codes by searching through internet and Google, psh. Don&#39t believe it. It was all just a lie. No one can found this valuable codes easily, dude. You will have to at least pay to get the codes."

And this statement shows a real ignorance of how people made themes. First of all, mobile-friendly codes can be learned. Secondly, you can learn all the codes from Google. Yes, that's the reasons why so many tutorial blogs exists. Thirdly, I agree that codes can be valueable but they're not hard to get. By extra effort and passion you can get them for free. Lastly, you learn codes, not get codes.

Look, we all need to know how things work before jumping into conclusions. Making early conclusions is normal. We might just unconsciously have some sort of perception on something, but spreading and sending hates over something you not even sure yet is just wrong.

I swear I have no bad intention towards the anon, I just want people to realize that some of your thoughts may be totally wrong.

Pardon my english. Adios.

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