“If we all worked on the assumption that what is accepted as true is really true, there would be little hope of advance.” ~Orville Wright
Sometimes we assume the right things! Have you ever assumed something wrong? Or in other words, you thought one thing but what was true was really opposite of what you thought? How did you feel after you knew what had really happened? Maybe you were pleased with the outcome? Or perhaps you felt a bit sheepish about assuming the wrong thing?….
Let’s work on this! I think this happens a lot and can lead to us lashing out at someone, or getting angry, or hurting someone that perhaps didn’t even do what we thought they’d done. A lot of times I find that we are quick to assume that someone doesn’t like us because of a certain look they give to us or because of how they act when we are around them. I think it can be easy to assume because we are quick to want answers. It is a natural human “want” to feel the need to know everything! 🙂 It is in no way wrong to feel that way, it is normal!
Perhaps we can try to channel some of the negative energy we put into assuming what people don’t like about us, or anything we might assume, and try to practice patience! ❤ It’s just a thought, but perhaps we focus too much energy on trying to know or figure out when we really should just let be, what is. Here are just a few suggestions:
1.) Have patience! What you want to know will come to you!
2.) It is never wrong to question! If you have a question about someone, ask them! You really will only know by asking the person themselves! 🙂
3.) Do not assume negative is being said or thought about you. Remember that you are a beautiful human and that if people stoop so low as to make you feel bad about yourself, they are not worth your time!!! Don’t even give them the time of day! Be STRONG!!
Moral of This Blog: I wanted to give you this topic to think about. Assuming can really hurt. Especially when it comes to rumoring. Do not let anyone tell you something about someone without getting the facts from the person themselves.
Think about it. 🙂
“The assumptions you make about someone should never be based on what you heard.” ~ Unknown