Our self-induced pain, misunderstandings, and jumping to conclusions.

20 Dec

I wonder how much self-induced pain, suffering, despair, and sadness are caused by our own hotheaded stubbornness, spontaneous rage, and clouded turgid minds through sudden misunderstanding and our own interpretation or jumping to conclusions about the ways things are and what someone else did. Before plunging yourself into a world of despair and desolation and pain, avoid all that by figuring things out entirely before only looking at one piece of the puzzle and assuming what happened. People are more complicated than that, people have their reasons for doing things, and though they may not have done the best things they could have in that situation, they definitely tried to do what they thought was best according to their values and morals. So don’t just blame or scapegoat people before you know the whole picture or what they intended to happen.


2 Responses to “Our self-induced pain, misunderstandings, and jumping to conclusions.”

  1. eri December 21, 2011 at 4:40 am #

    A lesson we can all learn by watching asian dramas. 🙂

  2. cherryblossomraine December 23, 2011 at 9:09 am #

    Haha, exactly what i was referring to. That and all the other movies we’ve been watching recently xD also, i am typing this on my ne nook color 😀 its so awesome!!!!! But i havent really downloaded any actual books yet, just samples.

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