Often, and this happens with each individual, before trying anything new, they want to know how something is going to end, what the outcome is going to look like.
They look upon other people’s outcomes and seek to their opinions, judge the outcome by their outcomes.
That eventually boils down to adhering your life to another individual’s likes and dislikes, and how they want their life to be.
But everyone’s life is different, everyone’s perspective to their life is different and how they want to live it.
If that is the case, then how can you know anything if you haven’t tried it yourself? What if it suits you? What if the outcome is in your favour but wasn’t for the other individuals?
What if something looked difficult for someone else, but it’s only when you tried it and you find out it wasn’t difficult for you?
How can you know you won’t enjoy the process until you don’t try something out?
Eventually, the hard question needs to be asked for every decision you take based on how someone else did it… How can you know if you haven’t tried it?