exactly.... we all exercise judgement, hopefully good judgment. <br /><br />That phrase is most often used by people who habitually exercise BAD judgment.
Judgments are a necessary part of the thought process. People only want you to stop judging when your judgments about someone are unfair or not complementary.
all you bible thumpers are stupid. the fact is you shouldnt judge others because doing so implies that there is nothing that you can be judged for. which is in no way the case
sure it does if i see a woman walking down the street and i think shes a *****. that implies i think im better than her on a simple judgement call
I was thinking the exact same thing...
Because as it says in the bible in Matthew 7:1, 2. "Don't judge, so that you won't be judged. For with whatever judgement you judge, you will be judged: and with whatever measure you measure, it will be measured to you..."<br />
So while you're pointing your fingers at someone, others are pointing fingers at you. Nobody's perfect and you don't know what you would have done in the same situation as them.<br />
But you're right. Everyone judges almost instantaneously. It's one of the disadvantages of being human.
It says in the bible that some judgments are righteous. I think it means simply not to point your finger at someone who does wrong--basically mind your own business.
Because judging others is WRONG. You judging judger!
Cause you're not God. Or maybe you are
I think being judgmental is making a statement about someone without knowing them or putting ourselves in their shoes. Without knowing someone's background, we should not judge someone (qualify them with opinions solely ba<x>sed on how they acted and the way we felt toward that person (like or dislike)). If you don't wanna be judged, don't judge the people around you. If you don't mind, then do what you want, I guess.