A little girl was sitting on a chair holding two apples in her hands.
Her mother came to her and softly asked, “Honey, can you share one apple with me?”
The girl looked at her mother for some seconds, then she suddenly took a quick bite on one apple. Then she quickly took a bite of the other apple.
Seeing this made the mother feel sad, but she didn’t want to reveal her disappointment.
After a few moments of silence, the little girl handed one of the apples to her mother and said: “Mom, take this one. This is the sweeter one.”
Suddenly, the mother realized the mistake of quickly judging her little girl before understanding her true intention.
Likewise, in life, we should always avoid judging others by our own level of perception and understanding. There is always more to the story than we first see, and we should always remain open-minded. Give others the privilege to explain themselves. What you see may not be the reality. Never conclude for them.