judging each other

United States
May 1, 2007 12:53pm CST
Wouldn't everyone be happier, if they did not judge other's? I for one, am not without fault, so who am I too judge another?
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@kgwat70 (13396)
• United States
1 May 07
You are definitely right about people being happier if we did not judge each other. Unfortunately I do not think there is anything that can be done to prevent people from judging others. I too have faults as none of us are perfect at anything. People get judged on a lot of things and it is ashame. Maybe we all need to be educated about how harmful judging others can be to everyone around us. I think things would be better but not perfect if we stopped judging each other.
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@makingpots (11922)
• United States
1 May 07
Smiles, smiles, smiles - it is also easy to get caught up in someone elses infectuous happiness
Sadly, people judge others as a way to feel better about themselves. It seems that many feel it is easier to put others down than to spend time improving themselves. As a previous poster wrote, it is so easy to become judgemental when you are around others who judge. Thankfully, it is also easy to get caught up in someone elses infectuous happiness as well.
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@magica (3710)
• Bulgaria
1 May 07
To judge sometimes means to deny,to punish the others with our disaproval. But also means to analize the situation and the person trying to understand him better. What love is better:the blind one or the understanding one?
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@sutan74 (1113)
• Philippines
1 May 07
I myself doesn't want to be judge, so why would I judge other people too. I'm not perfect, I have my flaws and differences. And if somebody I don't know would tell me that I'm a bad person I would ask that person " How well do you know me to tell me this?"
@sutan74 (1113)
• Philippines
1 May 07
Rated you my friend for this very profound question. Good day!
@sigma77 (5385)
• United States
1 May 07
This seems to be a natural thing that most of us do. I don't like doing it myself. I am in no position to judge anyone and really don't want to waste my time doing it. Over the years it has become a habit because growing up, everyone did it. Good point about giving up the judging of others to be happier.
• Singapore
1 May 07
Sure thing, hun. Judging others is not right but it is what people tend to do. By even having first impressions, that's judging already. It is so hard not to judge - because we are imperfect.
@TerryZ (22083)
• United States
1 May 07
Well I hate to break it to you I never do anything wrong!heheheh Yea right I wish. I do agree with you it would be a hell of alot happier in this crazy world of ours.
@dana234 (2116)
• Spain
1 May 07
I avoid at all costs to judge other people, may it be their way of thinking, behaving, but most of all their appearences. I think that´s where we all get judged severely. People treat you in a completely different way if you dress with designer clothes than with old jeans and a T-shirt. I don´t judge people by their appearance or their behaviour, because I don´t see the sense in it. Everyone´s free to look and act as they want, as long as they´re not doing any harm to others. I also believe that we would be happier, especially children, who get judged only too often and due to this often develop an inferiority complex.