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We tend to judge people on the way they act.
We try not to, and we deny it if confronted, but we do.
We sit there and we think: “She’s so vain” or “He’s so modest”.
We look at someone we love and think: “They’re so apathetic” or “They’re so warm”.
We witness an argument and we think: “He’s so angry” or “She’s so calm”.
We tend to judge on feelings we’ve witnessed.
But have you ever thought, if only for a second, that we judge people because we are them?
We’re vain when we think we’re pretty
We’re modest when we don’t believe that’s true.
We’re apathetic when we’re hurt, we are just trying not to get hurt again.
We’re loving when we have moved on.
We’re angry when something doesn’t go our way-childishly so.
We’re calm when we are satisfied.
It’s impossible to judge by feelings.
If we did, we would have hundreds of judgments on us without knowing which is true.
We tend to judge people
We try not to…………but we do.