Maybe it’s just something we have been taught to think.
But, ponder this: How many times did “what we think” turn out to be dead wrong?
How many times in life did we judge something or someone good or bad, only to find out that the opposite was true?
That’s exactly why we have phrases like: “You won’t know what it’s like until you walk in his shoes” and “You won’t really understand until it happens to you”.
It’s called “jumping to conclusions” from which we “jump to judgment”.
We all do it and, even worse, we do it all the time. Why?