I am sure you have come across situations where you believe and are almost 100% sure that what you see is true but later it turns out that you were wrong and someone else who tried telling you that earlier was right. Sometimes, we as humans make mistakes.
Here is a small story I read in a bulletin today – “A lady waiting at the airport terminal for her flight was carrying a bag of chips. She started eating it and noticed the person sitting next to her was also grabbing chips from her pack and having it. She felt terrible about it but did not want to create a scene. This went on until the last piece was left which the other man took broke it into half and took one half and gave the other half to the woman.
The woman felt disgusted by it and left the place as it was time for her to board the plane. Once she got onboard as she moved her bag to keep it on the overhead bin, she noticed to her horror that her bag of chips was still there hanging in the outer pocket of her luggage.
She then realized that it wasn’t the man taking chips from her bag impolitely, instead it was she who was taking it from his bag of chips. She felt awful about her behavior and even more disgusted about how judgmental she was about the other man who was happily sharing the chips without uttering a word.”
I am sure the story rings a bell about many such incidents that has happened in our lives too where we were judgmental knowing only one side of the story. Sometimes what you see is not necessarily right, you need to give everyone a chance to really prove if they were right or wrong.