"An idle mind is the devil's wokshop."
I don't know how true this is, but one thing that I do seem to infer; The devil's mind is rarely idle. Sounds weird? Well, it does, even to me :D
The devil, who is it anyway? Someone? Something? I'm not sure about that either. To me, the devil is an idea, a notion.
A childish prejudice, a narrow-minded fantasy or even a weird case of OCD! Who knows?
The red colored guy with the cute horns and the grumpy voice sitting on your left shoulder nudging you? Yeah, he's the one, I call the notional devil.
More often, these devils are developed through narrow-minded and illogical thoughts that would seem very logical over the course of thought, whereas, the rise in absurdity would be only exponential to the curious observer. It most often happens, when we seem to put ourselves in others' positions and imagine what we would've done.
So, where does it start to go wrong? The "imagining" part! Bingo, most would say.
So, solution? Don't imagine. Oh, how stupid!
That where it goes wrong is the, "If I were him/her...." part. You're not, you're never gonna be, and you're not a genius all-situation-factoring-in future calculating machine! So, why even suppose? Think for yourselves, for I leave the question open.
So, the next time someone asks you and you say, "சொல்லு மச்சீ, வெட்டியா தான் இருக்கேன்", think twice. The devil could be right inside you :D
\* unleash your thoughts */