Often times we stumble by jumping into a conclusion in judging a person just by the way we want to look at them. These are the common mistakes we unconsciously commit during our interactions with our friends, especially to those who are newly met people of our everyday life. Although it’s hard to admit, reality has been long bitten us that nice looking person always gets a nice first impression while there are some people whose not so blessed of good looks that’s always being misunderstood. By nature, it is our first impression that always on the top of our conclusion.
This may be also applied in some situation when someone commits a bad action of decision in a certain situation. For instance, when an ordinary classmate confide with you a problem on their household that led her to stow away from there home, you would probably think that it was her fault and that she is just a rebellious child. But looking further, you will see that there maybe a strong reason for her action. You will never know this unless you get into her situation and it’s critical factor when giving her good advices.
With our first impression, we often shared comments against that person and believe we could do better if those situations come across our path. Consideration and understanding This pattern, which we are born natural to us human, leads us nowhere but to be unfair with others. To understand people, they said, we have to walked a mile in his or her shoes. Standing on someone shoes means to be on his or her place and go where he or she been though. You have to put yourself in his or her situation for deeper understanding of what that person really feels and to understand his or her reactions.
To partake on his pain when he is hurt or to his joy when he is glad. If I where to wear somebody else’s shoe, let it be on Saddam Hussein shoes. I want to understand why most of the nations hated him and how he gained the respect of his followers. The fact that he was once a strong leader of a strong nation, maybe there is something good about him. I want to walk his ways to let me understand every action he had taken, all the powers he held and how he utilized such authority.
I want to know if he really the evil person likes the media was trying to portray or just a misunderstood leader who’s just trying to protect the interest of his nation. I the purpose of this am to understand a certain situation much better with the respect to the every angle of a story. God created us with different personality We must accept that every people differ with the other. All of us in a way or another had our own strength and weaknesses. God created us with different personality and had our own individuality.
At sometimes you may think that your good enough and can decide better than the other person but you can really know until you are exactly on his or her situation. Your intellectual and emotional capacity maybe superior to your peer yet, we can’t delete the fact that there is always someone better than you. In a situation where a friend arrived on a wrong decision, one must evaluate this person capability and capacity before giving any neither comment nor advises to avoid further grievances and miscommunications. Justice on walking on someone shoe
Giving your full understanding and consideration is the key words of this idiom. The message is to let us think first about the feelings, capacity, ability and hardship of the other before we sent our reactions and comments to there decisions. In this way, we can fairly give advices and avoid misunderstandings with that person. If you have to judge a person you must know every details and angle of the situation. By putting yourself into his or her place, answer first the questions how, what and why is that person puts him into such predicament before you giving impressions and rightful judgment.