Tuesday, September 5, 2023
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ushing to conclusions can lead to misunderstandings and unfair judgments. When we hastily form opinions without taking the time to gather all the relevant information, we risk making inaccurate assessments of people, situations, or ideas.

In various aspects of life, be it in personal relationships, professional settings, or even when discussing important societal issues, it's essential to exercise caution and restraint. Instead of immediately jumping to conclusions,

There was a lovely little girl who was holding two apples with both hands.

Her mum came in and softly asked her little daughter with a smile; my sweetie, could you give your mum one of your two apples?

The girl looked up at her mum for a few seconds, then she suddenly took a quick bite on one apple, and then quickly on the other.

The mum felt the smile on her face freeze. She tried hard not to reveal her disappointment.

Then the little girl handed one of her bitten apples to her mum, and said: mummy, here you are. This is the sweeter one.

No matter who you are, how experienced you are, and how knowledgeable you think you are, always delay judgment.

What you see may not be what you think. Don't rush to conclusions.

Which is why we should never only focus on the surface and judge others without understanding them first.

Those who like to pay the bill, do so not because they are loaded but because they value friendship above money.

Those who take the initiative at work, do so not because they are stupid but because they understand the concept of responsibility.

Those who apologizes first after a fight, do so not because they are wrong but because they value the people around them.

Those who are willing to help you, do so not because they owe you any thing but because they have a good heart and are willing to touch others.

One day, some of us will get separated from each other; we will miss our conversations of everything and nothing; the dreams that we had.

Days will pass by, months, years, until this contact becomes rare... One day our children will see our pictures and ask 'Who are these people?' And we will smile with invisible tears because a heart is touched with a strong word and you will say: 'It was with them i had some of the most memorable day of my life'. People may forget what you said or did but they will never forget how you make them feel. Be an 'elevator' , don't be an 'undertaker'. Think about it!