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An assumption about a situation is likely to result in poor judgment, that can cause embarrassment, or harm, due to misunderstanding.
When the word “we” is misunderstood to mean “us” as in a couple
A man comes home on a Saturday, at noon, and hurriedly takes the luggage from a closet, and frantically, start knocking things around while putting items in the luggage. His partner hears the noise and runs out of the bedroom, sees the living room in a mess, and ask, “Why, are you packing?” He answered, “We are leaving town!” His partner assumes, “We” means “Us” as in relation to the two of them as a couple, grabs two of the luggage and begin packing them, excited to be leaving with him.
After the luggage were packed, the partner, returns to the living room and find all the other luggage gone, and the man was not there. Standing alone with a luggage in each hand, and hearing the words like a broken record of a sad song, that won’t stop playing, echoing “We are leaving town!” The words are stuck in the partner’s head, and all the emotions a human being can feel in such a situation are present within the body, mind, and soul, of such a person.
There were clues that the partner should have seen, that would have led to asking more questions that could have avoided being caught off guard.
‘Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding.” King Solomon (Proverbs 4:7 KJV)
Written by: Ellen J. Barrier

https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/21899691-ellen-barrier

Posted January 31, 2018 by Barrier's Health and Fitness in Inspirations

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