I always challenge myself in evaluating people as they come in my life. I know they say I shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but let’s face it: the judging is a natural activity in our selection of accomplices, acquaintances and friends.
So I always try to see both the good and the bad in people, even on our first meeting. Then, in my head, I debate whether the good can outweigh the bad, or if in time, the bad would be bearable enough for me to highlight the good.
I wish I debated longer.