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Passing Judgement to others? .. How often do we do this?
We all have our own perception of things. We have built up these perceptions either from different experiences we passed in, or being raised in a specific environment and culture, or affected by the traditions of our country, family or Tribe, and for some affected by their religion, or it might be a mix of all of the above.
At times, you might percieve yourself as an objective non-judgemental person, who always try to put him/herself in other people's shoes to understand their point of view and not passing judgement, better said to be compassionate. But Ultimately, if you think of it, you still have your own point of view and opinion about certain topics, that is considered conclusively as a judgement, whether it was in a negative or positive context!
Our beliefs and thoughts are molded every single day through the experiences we pass in or might be other people's expriences/and through reflections of life.
I believe Judgement could be passed ultimately after hearing both sides of the story and discussing the issue of concern, but it is sad to pass judgement on the spot upon seeing something only.
So, how often do you pass judgement to others before weighing things?