We can learn some lessons when we avoid judging others. Or so I think.
Concluding hastily and reacting spontaneously, out of either anger or an impression, often deprives people of some important lessons.
Acting in a hurry is not always the best alternative. Some lessons could be missed.
Look out for any lessons from what transpired between Boy and Girl.
Boy: You wanted to see me, now I’m here.
Girl: I’m glad you made it, I have really been looking foward to seeing you.
Boy: Great! So what do you want to see me for? I am already here. I really thought we had seen so much of each other, since we were together for a long while yesterday?
Girl: I just wanted to see you to know how you are doing, or is there anything wrong with that?
Boy: Really? What happened to your phone? Couldn’t a simple text message verify whether or not I am fine?
Girl: Are you insinuating that I was wrong to have requested your presence?
Boy: I am only saying that you should have had an important issue or some sort of agenda before putting me through all the rigors of coming this far to see you.
Girl: Alright, I get the point, you don’t want to see me.
(Girl turns her back on Boy and walks away).
(Boy thinks about all that he planned to show Girl, as well as all that he went through in order to see Girl. He stands for a while, watching Girl walk away, then he picks up his phone and starts pressing some bottons on the keypad.)
Could Boy have missed anything?
Could Girl have missed anything?
Have you ever been in the shoes of either of them?