A friend of mine was telling me about a woman who appeared normal and after speaking with her she discovered her hair was a wig and she had cancer. She said she would have never known that by looking at her. She was moved and in a sweet way learned an important lesson. Compassion and understanding should be given to all people regardless of appearance. As should the benefit of the doubt. Until you walk in someone else's shoes maybe reserve you judgment for another or even better keep it to yourself.
"Think before judging April 7th 2013
Have you ever saw someone get out of a car parked in the handicapped section and got annoyed because they weren't handicapped? Not all handicaps are visible to the naked eye. I have handicap parking and sometimes the smirks I get make me feel guilty and double think parking in the section I was legally allowed to park in. I've spent my whole life trying to look normal and come across normal. But what's normal??? In the words of Sweet Brown..."ain't nobody got time for that" Think twice before you give that person a smirk, they may need the spot for reasons you couldn't imagine."