If you can't make a sad person happy, then who gave you the privilege to mock?We meet diverse people belonging to diverse cultures, religion and beliefs.
We meet diverse personalities. It's not always celebraties or role models in the name of personalities. Each and every person has a personality because of its own unique individuality. Some people we find are gregarious, morose, frustrated,angry,sad,and in pain. Some we find a combination of emotions. We call them 'moody'.
If suppose we meet a very happy person and we are angry for some reason. We must have realized later that your day was made when you met the happy person. But, if you had met a sad person, you might have shared what was making you angry and in return you might have provided some sympathy.
This is a very wrong way to say that sad people are in seek of sympathy. Those who are in pain or sad are not in need of sympathy. They need love. Love is a four letter word. But this word has deeper meaning in every aspect of our life. Basically, my point is to clarify that if a person is sad. He /she might be suffering or maybe he/she is by nature. If we cannot make an effort to make a change in that person then who has given them the privilege to mock them.
After all every individual doesn't carry a tag seeking attention. Some people are very fond of getting attention.
So, my point of view is that we must spread happiness. We must judge people on any bases. We must respect each and every individual. Each and every one of us has the right to express and live on the their own terms and conditions.