Why is there so much judgement in the world today?

  1. baybpnk profile image78
    baybpnkposted 4 years ago

    Why is there so much judgement in the world today?

    People have their beliefs, mind set, ethics, and morals, but Why oh why do people feel the need to push their own (insert opinion here) on others people? Is it the constant need to be right that some people have? The need to start arguments? Is everyone (like this) so closed minded that they can't open their minds to the possibility that there ARE other solutions, beliefs, religions, moral standards, and whatever else out there? Why is it so hard for people to just let other life if it isn't affecting their lives? Live and let live.

  2. cjhunsinger profile image72
    cjhunsingerposted 4 years ago

    Just as you feel that what you have to say is important, others feel the same way. You take a passive position, but none-the-less a position, which is precisely what others are doing. People feel that many of the topics here do affect their lives. The political, religious, Atheistic or social stances that people take are a reflection of their character  and personality. The Ferguson shooting is a good example. For whatever reason people are ready to crucify this police officer and there is, as of this point, no evidence that he acted outside of the law. This shooting has and will have a great impact on this country.Religion has a great impact and, my embraced philosophy of Atheism is a contradiction to 1000;s of years of theistic practice and belief.
    The advancement of a socialist or globalist agenda is a contradiction to what I feel is important, the US Constitution.
    Much here is like talking into a fan, but occasionally valued conversations are had and I will learn something and maybe impart something.
    A society cannot advance without disagreement and simply to agree to disagree is a naive understanding of the nature of humanity. At some point someone will begin to exploit that passivity and advance an ideology that encompasses everyone. Open ended tolerance is a good example of that passivity.
    I like your thought and I wish that such could be the standard.

    1. baybpnk profile image78
      baybpnkposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I don't agree with "agreeing to disagree" is a bad thing. It saves some people- probably not a good thing in the Political world, I would guess. But it is not okay to always shove your own opinion down other peoples throat, you cant grow that way.

 
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