Caution 

I’m certain quite a number of people reading this right now have in one way or the other obtained either gadgets or electronic devices for themselves or others at least once or twice and are familiar with how to use this products despite the fact that we avoid reading instructions, but unconsciously are attracted by the signage on this products. These signage can’t be missed, it’s either a triangle with a bolt in, or an exclamation mark in, or sometimes red coated, or yellow; you just can’t miss it. This signs were created following a number of experiments conducted on Lab rats (humans who volunteered), and the result brought about the description of caution colors and their meaning. Caution won’t tell you more about a product, it only warns you of its hazardous nature (everything has it’s hazards). What I’m trying to say here is that every single individual is more concerned with what can hurt more than what can help, and as individuals we grow into a world filled with magnetic attractions, there’s so much to learn, but time is limited. Most of us are lucky enough to have parents who go as far as being a guide through the tours of life, but some grow up without this beauties, and ironically perform more than those who were guided. Life is an irony, when we take it serious it gives us tough times, but when we see it’s simplicity, it takes us serious. Don’t focus too much on avoiding the negative side of life, it’s bound to happen, just follow the instructions carefully and when you fall, rise up, dust yourself and move on, you only live once, don’t spend all your time thinking about how not to fall…