Lesson Learned: Always Ask
If you don’t know what you are doing, or what you are supposed to do, or what something you are about to do will do, ask first so there won’t be any confusion or misunderstandings.
If you don’t ask you could lose a lot of things that are important to you.
The confusion or misunderstanding could make your friends stop trusting you, could make your friends angry, could make your family worry, could make strangers not want to hire or even associate themselves with you.
From one little mistake you could mess up a lot.
It’s never too late to learn, but it can be good to avoid catastrophes if possible before going into something important.
You can also learn from mistakes you have made, and not go backwards.