Don’t Assume It. I mean never assume anything. Don’t be bias about anything without checking it for yourself. Don’t trust things you have no idea about. Too much negative words. Let me brief and be positive about it.
Throughout the years I have seen a lot of people who are always assuming things. People usually assume about the future. People assume weathers and other kinds of things that they think are going to happen in the future. That is known as prediction. That is not harmful in anyway, unless if you are into betting. But assuming qualities is a serious matter, which is harmful in many ways. Many people tend to be bias when they see someone or something. These people can be called judgmental. They are critical about someone or something just on the basis of looks. That is wrong. Things are never as it looks. Looks can be deceiving. People should be judging things by their qualities, not looks. The real qualities are always hidden. So never assume anything just on the basis of its looks. Don’t be Bias.
“Never judge a Book by its Cover” – Anonymous
Never assume things. You should never assume things about any product. I once did that. I assure you that you will regret it. If you are paying for something you have the right to know what you get and they have a job to tell you, because in the end you are giving away your hard-earned money. No matter how much you try to make yourself feel good, if you lose money in buying something you did not want you will regret it because you were wrong, it is your fault. You have to know what you are getting for your money. Be shameless. Don’t have mercy. Shoot them down with questions until you are absolutely satisfied with what you get. So never assume that a thing is good without checking it out. So next time you are out to buy something, be critical about what you buy because its your money that goes down their pockets.
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“Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the Light won’t come in” – Isaac Asimov

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