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The Truth About People
One can say that he or she is a drug addict but they grew up fighting for his family but failed.
One can say he or she is a thief but they steal to bring some food home for their starving children.
One can say he or she is nice and helpful but they spread lies behind your back.
One can say he or she is bad because they are willing to say what you need to hear not what you want to hear.
Just because they smile, doesn’t mean they’re happy. Just because they’re quiet it doesn’t mean they are sad.
The ugly truth of people jumping to conclusions and spread stories.
The ugly truth of people being afraid to learn the truth and accepting lies.
Who are we to judge people?
Everyone is imperfect.
Everyone have their side of stories.
There’s good within people that we never find out because we just don’t care.
Therefore, one shall not be afraid to learn the truth by hearing both sides of the story.
Otherwise, don’t judge.
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