Shy Apology…

Sometimes, upon meeting a group of people, we tend to take wrong or rather prejudged impressions of their personality…It is the mentality of the “herd” that we unintentionally take into consideration when trying to analyze them to get an impression of who they are and what they are about! Predispositions further blind our evaluation of them…

Yet, each person, on the individual level, differs greatly, and with time you realize that those things the individual has in common with that particular group are fairly few as opposed to the other characteristics he/she has…

This piece of writing is somewhat of an apology to one person whom I recently met and misjudged… The person who I least expected to lend a listening ear and give the time and effort to be there when I needed someone to talk to… The only person who actually was there!

Please forgive my inability to see the deeper side of who you can be…


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2 Responses to Shy Apology…

  1. Feras othman says:

    i think that i havent ever missjudged a person ever , since long i found in me an instinct that can let me see the beyond faces and characters in people but once i had a shock and it was unforgetable untill now i cant make sure that i missjudged or not although it was the closest person to my heart once upon a time !!or when we are in a relation we learn to see the inperfect things in a perfect way so they would look perfect ?!so after that i may say that sometimes the heart sees what the eyes cannot approach .greetings beebee

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