Discrimination or not?

Last Monday, a man — balding, wearing a white tee, six-pocket shorts, and slippers; left leg amputated, standing on the side street with his crutches — called out to the public jeep I was riding in going to uni. The driver has definitely seen him, I know for sure because I saw it in his eyes. There certainly is enough room for him and the driver was about to pull over when he saw the man. But instead of picking him up, he drove past him. My curious eyes followed the man left with a mocking grin on his face, shaking his head; probably used to having the same situation.

Discrimination or not? If it’s the latter, did I miss something while sleeping or what? I want to be enlighten. Someone give me the most probable point of driving past him.

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Author: Danica Aquino

Tied the knot with performing arts since fourth grade; is an amateur writer (currently on her quest to writing her first novel); book and animal lover; always entranced by nature.

5 thoughts on “Discrimination or not?”

  1. It’s sad that… On this stage i.e., the modern age where we are so advanced in technology but we couldn’t stop the discrimination on our own race which created it all that is HUMAN RACE..

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