I edited a video of my kayaking in Saikung yesterday and I posted to a hiking group on Facebook, because I wanted it to be viewed and I like sharing nice places with others. But not all the people will have same thoughts as you. Some viewers commented in negative ways, like this
"Yes glad that you guys had fun please leave the aquatic animals alone. They aren't toys should respect nature and keep the environment as natural as possible."
I understand, they actually got their point and I agreed to it too.
In the video, I filmed the starfish with our hands and the small mind people (or they just too judging people) think we were playing it as a toy and didn't respect to lives. It's not true at all as we took it and put it back to the water gently. We are not cutting/ throwing/ playing with it. We love nature and animals, and we want to know more about them, we were just observing.
For those small mind people : then have you ever been to any Zoos or do you like to eat meat? etc..
It's an endless topic about ethic.
My reaction to these people and comments - first I was a bit upset to read these comments, then I understand them. Lastly, just ignore and not give any replies because it would turn out to be too many arguments and like spreading the negative message on social media, that's not I want.
I learned something from these people and at the same time, I have achieved what I wanted :
views of the video and likes of my page are rising!