He started going out of the class when he knew that everybody was talking about him being a HIV positive. He had this experience in his previous school as well where all his friends started maintaining distance from him when heard that he was suffering from AIDS, feeling of alienation was more painful than suffering from a deadly disease. Aisha one of his classmate ran and stopped him,"Where are you going?" " Back home.You all knew about me now things will repeat." " I'd do things differently.
" She embraced him and kissed on his cheeks.Others also pull him inside.
The Boy: Write Tribe Wednesday Prompt 27 November 2013
100 word on Saturday 10 : I'd do things differently.
1st December is World's Aids Day. Treat AIDS patient equally.
Very emotional post.It is sad that people don't care for the feelings of those who are afflicted.ReplyDelete
It is sad and shamefulDelete
A sweet story highlighting the importance of treating AID patients with love and respect! Great way of combining both propmts too!ReplyDelete
Combining two prompts was a bit difficult ,thanks you like my efforts.Delete
Wow! Very well integrated the 2 themes. The social stigma with AIDS / HIV is really hard to remove. Sad, but trueReplyDelete
Thanks for liking the post and feeling for AIDS patients.Delete
Wow...what a novel thought. I always admire when someone links up a story to a cause.ReplyDelete
thank you,linking with a cause came with World Aids DayDelete
Nice post! :) I liked that you linked it to the World Aid's day :)ReplyDelete
Do check my take on the prompt here – http://wp.me/p2Aqoq-i5
Beautiful story, emotional one that strike a chord with the heart. Hope we could be more sensitive to those afflicted with HIV/AIDS. Perfect tribute:)ReplyDelete
I also hope so,thanks for reading.Delete
Touching! Every one of us need a friend like thatReplyDelete
emotional... good one.ReplyDelete
Wow... Loved that story. Glad he found a friend.ReplyDelete
:) Random Act of Kindness is soul of life. Good one.ReplyDelete