If you judge people you have no time to love them(Mother Teresa)
true but what's the question? By judging we can also determine whether or not they are worthy of our love!!
Judging people is done by watching their actions. Their actions dictate their individual understanding of their own life.
Everyone is a judge of others and of self. Only those who choose ignorance, try not to judge others. It's human nature to judge people's actions and to not do so, you fight against yourself.
I just dnt knw what to say....only i have been negligible in this case......
or knowing what you think they think you know
Or know that they think what you know...
...THINK!!! (runs away) :p
...or knowing they think you don't know they don't think...
Having served Hells angels and other motorcycle club members in my shops for many year, I don't judge people on their circumstances, appearances or financial position.
I have met bikers who are wonderful human beings, and doctors who are complete p*icks.
My old man used to say take all people as you find them, and I do.
Give a man a good name, and most will live up to it.
I never refused to take a check from my customers, and the first check that I received that bounced was after sixteen years of business, and that was from a well healed doctor from our richest suburb!
Judging people means that you pass a value judgment on what others think or do or say, of which judgment implies making a decision whether something is right or wrong. Thus, when someone say that we should not judge others, they are in fact passing a value judgment (that judging people is wrong) and thus anyone who does so (judging other) is doing something that is wrong. Thus, those people who say that we shouldn't judge other are in fact doing exactly what they say they shouldn't do; judging that people who they perceive as judging others are wrong. Thus, this sentence is self-defeating. In fact, because this is so, those people who say that we shouldn't judge others are in fact hypocrites, because they practice the thing they condemned in others.
People who often judge did not see their flaws,they are mentally sick whereby jealousy and envy are the reasons they defend themselves to cover their weakness from others who are actually better than them.
I don't judge others. But, i believe that those who do, do so out of a preconceived idea or a particular notion. Some judge cos of the background and upbringing, crooked mentality and orientation given him or her as they step to maturity. Too bad
Realistically, judging people is a natural part of the human psyche. It isn't even necessarily wrong--in some contexts, the ability to judge other people contributes to a very valuable set of social skills, particularly those pertaining to one's selection of his/her friend group. People who lack the ability to judge others in this fashion are prone to forming friendships with anyone who will will spend time with them, which often then leads to exploitation and abuse.
by akuigla 8 years ago
How do you judge people?How they look?Speak?The motions of hands?
by dmop 6 years ago
Should we blindly judge people by their outward apperance?
by backporchstories 6 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 Chitrangada Sharan 6 years ago
Do you judge people by their Facebook profiles?
by Kerri Bee 3 years ago
Do you judge people who bite their nails?I bite my nails. I've always done it. I have grown them out a few times, but then one breaks and I fall back to old ways. I know it makes my hands look bad, but so be it. Do you judge nail biters? Do you think less of...
by Nique 3 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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