I just got off the phone from a friend of mine from church. My friend is a child psychologist and gets called to Elementary schools often to counsel "troubled" children. He got a call from a school in conjunction with child protective services about a kindergarten child they considered dangerously troubled. Here was the situation that had them convinced this child was going to be the next Columbine, or Sandy Hook perpetrator.
The children had a daily arts and crafts section of time. They noticed that almost every drawing this child turned in, regardless of it's theme, (sunny days, pets, gardens, etc.) was drawn with black crayon. Trees..ground..even the sun was black. Well this in their "professional" opinion was a sure indicator of a deeply troubled youth.
So in comes my child psychologist friend and after about 3 minutes of probing and asking questions he finds out that the Kindergarten teacher in an effort to help teach the students their alphabet, always had the kids line up in alphabetical order to get their crayons at craft supplies. He said, "my last name is Zysk" and by the time I got to the crayons, the white and black ones were the only whole ones left, and I couldn't draw pictures on white paper with a white crayon, so I have to use black.
Our imaginations can cause so much needless trouble. Whenever you "imagine" you know "just how that person feels" please check yourself and simply communicate with that person.