Personal encounter, not popular perception

When we judge the morality of a music solely by its genre and rhythm rather than the quality of words, we are likely to miss the value of the music.
Sometimes, we assess people not based on our personal experience of their conduct but based on the popular perception about the place, status and group they find themselves.
Not all those in a dignified positions and respectable groups have manners and credibility.
Not all those who are poor and undeveloped are lazy.
It is unfair and even dangerous to convincingly judge people by their appearance, religion, work, race, status and group.
Do not be too quick and lazy to trade on hasty generalization. 
Take time to encounter,

Take time to observe,

Take time to listen and take time to understand, before you form your perception about others.
God be with you always.

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