Clearly these people believe "love is unconditional".
The absence of judgment would mean there is nothing anyone could say or do that would cause you to abandon them. It's a beautiful thought but in reality everyone has "deal breakers" or things they refuse to accept whether it be cheating, verbal/physical abuse, or neglect of affection and intimacy. It's called self-esteem!
There is always a "reason" why we say (yes) to some people and (no) to others. Everyone has their own "preferences". For example a man may not be attracted to overweight women or a woman is not attracted to men who are shorter than her therefore they're not open to dating them. Simply put "they're not their type".
We love people (selectively) and (conditionally).
Like attracts like and most people want to be with someone who shares their (same) values. If a person doesn't they may not rule them out as being a "friend" but they may decide it's best not to become romantically involved with them. Very few people have an "open door" policy to (all people) that cross their path.
I reckon that if you really love something or someone, you can't actually say why you love it or them....So you look at something or someone, & straight away you either love the way it or they look or you don't....So we can't judge why we love it or them, & that's why it's love....I reckon that's why peeps in love stay together, because they can never work out why they love each other....Two peeps in love surely can't & won't judge each other, because what would there be to judge?....So in my opinion there can't be anything to judge ever, not if it's real love....You just know you love it, but you don't know the why. :-)
I love and I love deeply. I slap myself if I judge a loved one. I got neither call nor place to judge. That said I totally judge when to give a compliment or keep my mouth shut ;-)
Love is in fact an absence of discernment. We just love and we train ourselves to love even more. Hurt feelings, bad times and harshness do not change this simple fact. True love is not a matter of judgment but rather the lack thereof.
by Matthew Dawson 8 years ago
If a sin is a sin and not one is greater than the next why is it so many believers and non believers convict and judge each other?Is it truly because we as Christians fear that the one we are judging may see our sin and lust of the world? What is your thoughts on this subject
by Ruchira 7 years ago
Why is that people you like, don't care for you and people whom you hardly pay attention, care for uis the almighty trying to signal us...that we are making wrong choices and gotta pay attention to people who care for us rather than we look out for such people who don't give a damn for us....
by Nique 2 years ago
What makes some people think that they have the right to judge another person?Could they have a "god" complex?
by Matthew Dawson 2 years ago
Though I know that being homosexual is not accepted still in today's society why is it individual feel it is there moral and civic duty to cast hatred animosity towards those who live within that population? Does not the bible say Love one another as Christ would love you and did not Christ even...
by backporchstories 5 years ago
Morally, we understand that judging others is a sin, but is it still a sin when we judge silently?We have been taught that when we let judgment of others roll off our tongue, we have committed a great sin. However, we all have opinions! Some, we keep in our heads and to ourselves. ...
by haj3396 6 years ago
only that if you are judging weather a person is going to heaven are hell, then that's something you can not judge.
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