Things Are Not Always As They Appear

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Things are not always as they appear, quit judging others before you get to hear them out. Sometimes we make quick assumptions about people circumstances and situations. We judge them, label them and put them in a box. Not recognising that there is a much bigger picture. Sometimes we meet someone in a particular state, stage, or phrase of their life and stereotype them to be a certain way. Take a chance and stop judging others.

” Don’t be so quick to judge. Stop, think, and think again before you do anything or make any decision. You never know when you might find yourself walking in someone else’s shoes. Never be so quick to judge anyone, yourself, or any situation. If you feel you`ve got something to say about anyone, stop and think through what you want to say, if it`s necessary, or perhaps called for.

Ignore those people who are constantly talking down other people behind their back. Sometimes the people you’d take a bullet for are the ones pulling the trigger. Never pretend to care just so you can get a good seat to watch people struggle. The truth is when you have nothing good to say about anything or anyone, keep quiet and be still. You don’t always have to say anything.

There is never a perfect way to know things that happened or about to happen because what looks bad (or good) on any given day might turn out to be just the opposite days later. Even if you assume the worst result from what’s happening in front of you, refrain from judging immediately.

Remember, you may never get a second chance to do the first thing right in life.

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