Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Jumping To Conclusions

A man who lost his axe suspected his neighbor's son of stealing it. To him, as he observed the boy, the way the lad walked, the expression on his face, the manner of his speech--in fact everything about his appearance and behavior betrayed that he had stolen the ax. He was convinced he was reading the kid perfectly

Not long afterwards the man found his ax while digging in his cellar. When he saw his neighbor's son again, nothing about the boy's behavior nor appearance seemed to suggest that he had stolen the ax.
--Chinese Parable 

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