Why in this world people judge someone from his appearance?
Because they link certain appearances with certain behaviors, characters, social background, financial status.... etc.
It's a very superficial judgment that intelligence people avoid, while the majority do not.
Yeah there are people who judge based on the external appearances. Since it is not possible to feel, touch and comprehend fully one's emotions of joy and sorrow, so people tend to form their opinion on the external appearance.
Being judgemental is not always right, in particular for healthy relationships. The best way is to cultivate an obstinate form of love and try to be as optimistic as possible. When things don't work, judgemental attitude could be a best solution provider, think and move, either closer or farther.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder." It's always been that way!
Just lately every time someone expresses their opinion they're accused of "shaming" someone or "judging" them. People are entitled to have opinions, There's nothing you can do about it.
You will never be free until you stop caring what other people think. Know yourself, Love yourself, Trust yourself!
by SincerelyMxoxo 22 months ago
Why are people so judgemental nowadays?
by Aaron Rushing 6 years ago
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by Tom Ware 5 years ago
Why does being judgemental always sound negative?It seems that whenever we say that a person is being judgemental it infers they are picking out the worst in something or someone - but is this necessary true?
by Mom Kat 8 years ago
Why are people so judgemental and pushy?There is a hubber who is a religion other than christian. This hubber has written a couple articles which are well written and informative. The comments made to this hubber have been, in my opinion, rude. Why would someone feel the need to try to...
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?
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