While on a walk one day, I was surprised to see a man hoeing his garden while sitting in a chair. "What a laziness" I thought. But suddenly I saw, leaning against his chair, a pair of crutches. The man was at work despite his handicap. The lesson I learned about snap judgments that day has stayed with me for years now, that the crosses people bear are seldom in plain sight. - Guideposts.
I am guilty on this part , judging a particular person at times, sometimes causing other people hurt and damage because of what the plain eyes have thought it was.And been a victim also quite a time, but even so at the end when I am right and they are wrong, shame I think touches them as it touches me every time I failed to conclude correctly.