When we listen to someone narrating their stories from the past, we often tend to judge them by that. That’s how we characterise the person’s personality, whether good, bad, sweet or kind. Similarly if they narrate their ’mistakes of the past’ or highlight their foibles, we start thinking negatively. We think that, “Oh, this person is capable of doing such heinous things”....”He’s so malevolent!”...”He doesn’t even know this, how puerile!”
Why though? All of us tend to make mistakes. ‘The most valuable thing you can make is a mistake-you can’t learn anything from being perfect’
So we have to be dumb to be smart, weak to be strong, and foolish to be wise. So when we all do it, why judge others? The point is not the mistake they made, the point is what they learnt from it. Did they correct it, try to change it and not repeat it or just ignored it and remained naive?
That what’s important. If the lesson you learnt made you a stronger person, added to your vision, made you a better version of yourself, then its totally worth it. Don’t cringe over it, own it. Be proud of it. If you hadn’t committed it, you would have never gained that knowledge.
So judge someone, not on the basis of their mistake, but how they reacted to it. As it is they’re so hurt by it, why cause more pain?
Spread your affection and love, ‘coz that’s what they need.
Here’s to owning our mistakes.
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