The choices we make can portray what really matters to us. Many times, that is true. That statement can be used in extremes, however. For example, if you buy beer instead of a birthday present for your kid, you are a complete dickhole who should be throat punched and left on the sidewalk gasping for air because you care about beer more than your kid. People can take decisions made by others in the wrong context as well (obviously, not the beer example above). We have to remember that people, as a whole, are stupid creatures who make plenty of mistakes. Looking at someone’s decision for meaning could be pointless if no thought was put into that decision. We make decisions without realizing it. We put meaning where it does not exist. Sometimes, we just have to ask instead of assume.