A man who lost his axe suspected his neighbour's son of stealing it. He watched the way the lad walked—exactly like a thief. He watched the boy's expression—it was that of a thief. He watched the way he talked—just like a thief. In short, all his gestures and actions proclaimed him guilty of theft.
But later he found his axe himself when he went out to dig. And after that, when he saw his neighbour's son, all the lad's gestures and actions looked quite unlike those of a thief.