I came out of the office the other day and proceeded to fetch my car. This wasn't very difficult, as it was the only car left in the lot.
Any casual observer looking at my car at that moment would assume that I'm the worst parker in the world. My car was situated haphazardly at an extremely odd angle.
A mathematician would have delighted in the previously unheard of angles I had created.
However if you would have been there earlier when I parked, you would have seen that the way all the cars around me were situated really left me no choice but to squeeze my car in that way and it would have seemed perfectly natural.
It's only now..that I'm out of that context that you see how crooked..
And I thought to myself..
How can we ever judge anyone?
Do you know what kind of environment that person grew up in?
When you see someone haphazard, you're seeing them exposed, out of context.
If you would have followed him/her from birth it all might make sense. People are formed and squeezed into the people, enviroment and actions around them and sometimes when experiences surrounding them are on odd angles there is only one spot in which this person can squeeze into..and that might be a crooked one as well.
So do not be quick to judge that person..when all the cars around him/her have disappeared from your view.