Some Thoughts On Judging Others From Various Authors

“People that have trust issues only need to look in the mirror. There they will meet the one person that will betray them the most.”

Shannon L. Alder

“A person doesn’t ever truly know another person. They have a whole life, years and years of memories and experiences. You cannot ever know what they have felt in situations, what has happened to them, what made them who they are. So you cannot judge a person ever, not unless you somehow manage to learn their whole life.”

Meg

“Oh, how clearly I see your faults! Such distinctly highlighted flaws; it’s as if the sun and moon mean to keep them illuminated in my eyes. My mind is quick to spell out a simple remedy for those defects.

But alas, poor me! My own faults―which I only assume to have because all do―are blurred and obscured by a mental fog. I’ve no eyes with which to gaze back at myself. The sun and moon refuse their illumination, and my mind offers no sure elixir but a complex recipe scribbled in foreign words I scarcely comprehend.”

Richelle E. Goodrich

“Some people love to judge others based on their past weaknesses, mistakes and failures, but expect those same people to judge them by their current improved conditions. So what happen to the golden rule of treating others as you would expect them to treat you?”

Edmond Mbiaka

“Don’t judge a person on first impressions. You are most likely wrong.”

Nicole Gallimore

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