Food for thought: Instance of not judging someone by his habits
Take a look at the lifestyle and habits of the following persons represented as Mr A, Mr B and Mr C and make your assessment of each of them.
1. He had friendship with bad politicians
2. He consulted astrologers
3. He had two wives
4. He was a chain smoker
5. He took alcohol eight to 10 times a day
1. He was kicked out of office twice
2. He would sleep from morning till noon
3. He used opium in college
4. He drank whiskey every evening.
1. He was a decorated war hero
2. He was a vegetarian
3. He never smoked
4. He never took alcohol
5. He never cheated on his wife
6. He was a painter
You would choose Mr. C, right?
However, here is the surprise revelation:
Mr. A was Franklin Roosevelt! (32nd President of the USA)
Mr. B was Winston Churchill! (Former British Prime Minister)
Mr C was ADOLF HITLER generally believed by many as a man of evil and brutality.
Strange but true! It is risky to judge anyone by his or her habits!
Character is a complex phenomenon.
So every person in your life is important. Very important! Don’t judge them, ACCEPT them.
The same boiling water that hardens the egg softens the potato! It merely depends upon the individual’s reaction to stressful circumstances!
Enjoy the journey of LIFE as you keep ACCEPTING others as they are!
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