Catch yourself before you would act by assumption with what first seems to be. Faults may be purposefully hidden from originating viewpoints, making it quite difficult to fully comprehend cause and effect.
Remain patient to learn more deeply, we have the time to not start all in or all out. Causes will become more evident through experiences with them. Learn to observe over time, things are rarely as they first seem to be. Unveiling the truth from the mystery would save you from ever feeling you were a fool.
Never to be paranoid, but rather to remain cautious before you would fully comprehend the causes of another’s actions. Be more certain of the circumstances. Trust, but verify that trust before you would react.
“Happy the man who has been able to learn the causes of things.” — Virgil —