Judging people through a third person!
August 24, 2017 4:42am CST
Dear friends, The inspiration of this post is a status message of a friend, who posted a statement in our native language. I understood she must be in trouble with some comments by some of her friends/relatives. Usually a person comes up with meaningful status messages to show off the frustration. Her message was “don’t judge me by listening your guest’s words even though the guests are so good for you”. In my case, if I listen the opinion by that way, I do think then observe the person to know whether the statement is correct or not. Do you judge others by listening a third person?
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25 Aug 17
No ... it's actually wrong .... I won't do that.... Unless and until I see on my eyes I will not believe anything easily..... but I will listen to them.. and as you said I too check whether the statement is correct or not... And then I would act accordingly...
• Guangdong, China
25 Aug 17
Sometimes a third person will say something based on his or her judgement, but I will watch whether what he or she said is true. Seeing is believing. If setting a preconceived fixed image on others already, you have no chance to find out ohters' original nature.