Never assume that loud is strong and quiet is weak. – Anonymous
We often tend to assume that one who is loud is strong and the other one who remains silent is weak, but that is not always the case.
It is our common misinterpretation to consider that, the quiet people as the ones who are weak and incapable. This has been a common perception going among the people for quite a long time now.
It is essential to understand that a loud person need not stand to be strong all the time. There are several situations when people tend to speak and boast about themselves all the time even though they do not know much about that subject. It is a common nature among them now.
However, it is important to make sure that whether or not you are strong or weak doesn’t actually matter based on your being loud or quiet.
In a nutshell, you should never judge a person’s strength based on whether he or she is loud or weak. If a person keeps on talking all the time, it does not decide that the person is strong enough.
This is because the strength of a person cannot be judged just like that! In order to come up to a conclusion, you should learn all the ins and outs of that person, and only then you should be coming up with such an idea.
On the other hand, a person who is quiet, and usually speaks up less does not necessarily mean that he or she is weak. You cannot derive any conclusion just like that!
It usually means that a person who might be loud all the time must be going through a depression, and you can never know the mental state of an individual just by seeing that person’s outer portion.
Most people generally tend to have an assumption by seeing the exterior of a person but that is wrong even though most people seem to be just like that!
You need to understand that it takes years to know how a person is! You can never know enough about a person, no matter how much you claim to be aware of that particular individual.
Also, we often make wrong interpretations about others when we assume about other people, and it is certainly not to be done.
Assumptions are easy, but the one who is doing that, must learn that he or she should be brave and wise enough to identify people right.