Never Tell the Story from a Book that We have Not Read
There are people in this world who know things better but still we can’t tell if the person actually did it or experienced it before. It’s usually something that they heard from others or read it somewhere, then go the extra mile to completely fabricated the original story. They find it important and come across as interesting, especially when they twisted and turn the truth to let other believe their story. So they spread the bad word about others who not entirely deserve to be blamed and they only want to get advantages for themselves by doing that. Sometimes we hear stories about ourselves that we do not even know anything about it, and it just tells us how exaggerated others to us . We should know how to react with our attitude and tied with our mouths when listen to something completely not based on the truth. Because of a different story has has been scattered throughout the world and when people only listen the version from one side, they will judged immediately and this only make the matters to become more worse. We can not defend our own if not listen to our story when the narrator is in there, and so they all get the credit. But if we do not absolutely know first about something, it is better not to believe directly anything we think it is equivalent, but always trying to approach for an explanation, so we are able to listen the story from both sides. Because to have judgments about something that we do not know for sure is unwise and can be a major mistake that may became a big disadvantage for us later. Someone who talks about others will also speak about us when we are not there, therefore it will be no good for us. Only when we have read the story ourselves or experienced it then we can tell or judge about what is the truth.
I wish you a healthy life. Kindly Regards, Author Jan Jansen
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