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Should a person keep some comments to him or herself?
Some articles have been very judgmental with lack of knowledge on the topic but the comments have been long and argumentative... When should a person realize that some comments should be kept to themselves? Or should they utilize their freedom of speech and educate those being judgmental?
There is nothing wrong with the comment everybody has their own perspective toward everything, What we must try to remember is when to stop when the argument become to long, at the end of the day people should respect each other for what the others believe. Giving opinion is all right, getting into useless debate is something to avoid...
In my opinion, there is a time and place for everything. I believe commients that are biased, laced with prejudice, discrimination, sterotyping, labeling, hateful, and stereotypes should be kept to one's self as it could be defined as a hate crime. However, some things we can say because of the freedom of speech but the speech should be respectful. Arguments bring on multiple view points, which serves to gain better understanding and knowledge from different angles. Arguments solve at times many problems...it's a part of life!
by Eric Dierker14 months ago
Can another person decide who is and is not a Christian?I will just leave it at that. I am really interested about views on this. Thank you if you would write a note.
by PrettyPanther2 years ago
"Aggressively judgmental" means those who spend an inordinate amount of time and energy focusing on people who have failed to achieve success, "success" as defined by the judgmental. ...
by realtalk2473 years ago
OMG. Does anyone want to share their most boring date ever and how it came to an end?I see boring people. While there are many different personality types it is so disturbing to interact with a boring person. Who...
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS2 years ago
Sometimes it’s difficult separating our personal bias from situations that need to be settled in an equitable manner. When our friends, children or spouses find themselves in a compromising position; how do you handle...
by Beth374 years ago
They're interesting don't you think?One neighbor might judge us on the kindnesses we bestow while others might judge us on the length of our grass.We might be judged here based on our posts though it is usually the tone...
by SincerelyMxoxo16 months ago
Why are people so judgemental nowadays?
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