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IshitaMemberJune 15, 2021 at 2:09 pm::
“Don’t judge a book by it’s cover”–
We all are familiar with the phrase “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover”. A very deep and motivational meaning is under this phrase. This phrase basically doesn’t judge anything or anyone by its outlook. When you frost make a acquaintance with a person you just saw their appearance you can’t judge his or her character by their look. Like If you saw a good looking person you only see their outfit, skin color and face structure, but can you see above that like what’s going on their mind, or how they treat others, or are their behavior good or not?, now we can’t see anything beyond that. What if that beautiful person turned out to be disgusting by nature, or didn’t have any talent or skills. Thus the outside appearance can mislead us. It is just a baseless thing so I can’t decide anyone on the basis of how they look. In the opposite way if a thing or person looks ugly or not beautiful that doesn’t mean they are valueless. We must not judge anyone on their looks ,we always judge them on the basis of their ability and talent. If you trust a person completely on the basis of their looks it can be a not so good conclusion for you. Moreover, there are many stories and morals available to help you understand this phrase. It also significantly influences the inner self and talent more than the outlook of a person. Some people are designer books and some are plain so you have to explore the book to make a proper judgement on it.So the thing is we have to be more careful and aware to make a judgement about other. You have to know them properly to make a judgement on them unless it will make you guilty of misjudged someone.