As individuals, we often place others lives and actions underneath a microscope for evaluative measures. These actions cross-over causing blurred lines of original intent.
Why as humans, do we forget to remember to treat others as we intend to be treated?
Instead we choose to be self-righteous and take on an aura of ‘being better’ than another. In most cases, is the petrie dish of others just a way to block our own observation of ourselves?
It takes all kinds, however, all kinds need to be reflective of actions that change the basic necessity of the experiment. The experiment of interaction and how one interrupts the root cause becomes the catalyst of how one handles to be reacted upon of being probed by the interrogative measures. These measures are viewed as lines crossed or heartfelt; all dependent upon the scientist. We are all not specialists and should not choose to come across as being the manipulator. However, when offering to lend a hand, shoulder or others means we must not stray from our original purpose, if by than we can even remember why we turned on the light and slid the specimen for observation.