What do you think do we have the right to judge others? There are times when I scroll through social media, and I see ridiculous things that make me think, “What the hell is wrong with people?” I can only imagine how frustrated the rest of the world must feel. What is your feeling when you see someone being a colossal dickhead, and you realize that this person has no idea that that’s what they’re doing?
You probably don’t even want to be friends with them anymore. Why do we bother being friends with people when they show us who they are and go along with it? We don’t want to be friends with someone who will disrespect us and treat us like garbage.
Why do we call these people out? However, it makes us feel better about ourselves. It makes us feel better about how we’ve treated others in the past. It makes us feel better about how we treat ourselves.
People judge others when they see them. They comment on their looks and what they’re wearing, especially when they think they are homeless. What do you think? Should we have the right to judge people?
It’s easier said than done not to pass judgment on people in everyday life.
Why should we not judge others?
In my childhood, I was taught how to treat others. My mother was the ground zero of morality, right, and wrong, which she defined in kindness, caring, and love. As I grew older and matured, I thought of my mother’s teachings as a basis for right and wrong. But why shouldn’t I judge others?
I agreed with my mother that it is good to be kind and positive to everyone you meet, but why can’t I judge others?
She explained that judging others is a double-edged sword. The person who judges will also be judged in the same way. She said that people make mistakes, have their own opinions, culture, and beliefs, and should be treated with kindness and respect but never judge them until you walk a mile in their shoes.
In a world where everyone seems to judge others and point fingers at people’s mistakes, we should ask ourselves, why do we do this?
There are many reasons why we are quick to form an opinion of others based on our perception, firstly we are all different, which makes us interesting and unique.
We tend to judge those who like us more than others. When you realize that people are more alike than they are different, you will understand that judging people is not a good thing. Judging people is harmful not just for the individual being judged but also for the one doing the judging.
A person’s appearance, lifestyle, background, and character will play a part in the value they add to your life. We have no clue that why things happen, but it makes us not trust when we start judging others. We can’t trust someone if we judge them.
Do we have the right to judge others? What do you think?