tisdag 26 mars 2013

it's a journey to better judgement

Humans are flawed and humans make mistakes.

This statement is so true and not something that we should ignore so easily but somehow something we often overlook.
But the fact that people make mistakes, that we all sometimes lack judgement and thoughtfulness, this is something so universal and from time to time it will cause us pain and grief.
The experience however, and how we chose to deal with it is what allows us to grow and hopefully move on.
Even if you do something with good intentions you can still cause harm to another person,  because what helps one person may hurt someone else. 
And sometimes your action might look like a good one in the beginning, but in the long run it might actually cause harm, so it doesn't always matter what mindset you're in while taking action, may it be in anger or happiness or with good or bad intentions,
because the consequences.will.still.be.there.

And once again I will say this:
"What I believe is right and what I perceive as truth might differ from what YOU believe in and what you regard as right or wrong."

This is where common sense should kick in and guide you through whatever situation you're in. 
But alas, we're often told that being young is also all about making mistakes, and most of us experience lapse of judgement from time to time.
One seemingly innocent action can go from the tiniest ripple to become a wave crashing onto the shore.

It's so easy to point fingers at others without a single regard to how dirty your own backyard might be. 
But we all need to stop and think really hard about why we are the persons we are today and who we want to become.

 It might take us a lifetime to learn but we grow with the mistakes and experiences, which is why it is so important for each and every one of us to take a minute and really think about what we're about to do and what the consequences might be, before taking action and before we judge others.

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