A woodsman bought a new axe and kept it in the house. The next day, he found the axe missing. He recalled that the boy next door paid a visit to his daughter. He thought that the boy might have stolen his axe, so he observed him carefully. The more he watched the boy, the more suspicious he became….
The story revealed the fact that we often jump to conclusion too fast only based on what we see or hear without considering if our presumption may mislead us.