Every Sunday my father tunes in to a radio station to hear Bo Sanchez' teachings. :)
For this Sunday:
We judge, condemn, categorize or label people quickly because we think we know all the facts, but actually we do not know: 1) the external facts — there are a million angles and perspectives in a person’s situation which we do not know about; 2) the internal facts — we must not judge a person because we do not know what is happening within him, and 3) the spiritual fact that we’ve been accepted by God despite our weaknesses.
I've read this somewhere already, perhaps from one of his posts, and it has always been the reason I always try to give the benefit of the doubt whenever I start to conclude something negatively (minsan nga lang, late). Actually, ito rin ang isang lesson sa Guidance subject ko nung high school na hindi ko malilimutan.
But sometimes, I can't help myself. Sobrang tahimik ko, pero kapag nagsalita ako nang minsanan puro panget na conclusions agad nasasabi ko tungkol sa kung ano lang ang nakikita ko.
Ano ba 'yan, late. Hindi pa maayos ang suot.
Hindi ko naiisip kaagad, baka nasira alarm clock niya.
Baka may inasikasong biglaan at mahalaga.
Pambihira naman ang kotse na 'yun! May-ari ng kalsada?
Hindi ko naiisip kaagad, baka may emergency kaya nagmamadali 'yung kotse.
Baka may isusugod siya sa ospital.
*credits to http://catchan1980.wordpress.com