Judging others ...

Let us be frank ...when we form opinions or even judge people what are the criteria we base our judgment on ? Is it looks, their social standing, behavior, other people's opinions or any other ?

Category: Family & Relationships one year ago
usha manohar
Asked one year ago
Mature and intellectual people do not judge others without thoroughly understanding the situation and condition of that person is going through. Superficial people at amature age judge by looks and other people opinion and in rippen age by social standing on the other hand wise people by repetitive behaviour and nature and does not make opinion or impression in one meeting. - AKANKSHA SHRIVASTAVA - 12 months ago
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I think, when you're in mass, others thinking and views superimposed on you. And in between boys, when you're in mass, you will definitely judge someone wrongly because of superimposion of thoughts but when you're alone you may not judge, even you will not think about him/her.

So I think your personal view should be come out and that's what will not be bad, so we call it Judging. And you shouldn't give your views on every matter and people's. 

Jaydeep Parmar
Answered 12 months ago
Jaydeep Parmar

Social Standing and their body language and talking are 2 important things I feel

epraneeth77
Answered one year ago
epraneeth77

Before meeting a person, I tend to form an image based on his or her reputation but after meeting,  its his or her behaviour which matters in shaping an opinion. 

jabeen
Answered 12 months ago
jabeen

A lot depends on our perception and prejudices.  We all tend to have different upbringing and go through different situations in life.  Our perception and prejudices come out of those and we base our judgement on that.  We have to consciously try to widen our thoughts by being open to different opinions and views. 

Arunima Singh
Answered 12 months ago
Arunima Singh

Actually I try to stay away from social life so that I get less opportunity to judge others. I just want to be more self-dependent. When it comes to your question, definitely physical appearance is of less importance comparing with the behavior of a person. The person's deeds, behavior in public place, how he responds to a situation (calm or explosive) as well as how he behaves with me - all these factors can influence me to take a opinion about him or simply judge him. Sometimes, in the next meeting my opinion may change. So, it's not right to judge someone in the first or second meeting. Give a little time, otherwise we may end up wrong judging him. When a person is in distress, he may not behave the way we expect. But in real life he may be a polite person. Some people are good actors too, to get our favours. They may act polite and good till their job is done. 

Sandhya Rani
Answered 12 months ago
Sandhya Rani

I think to judge someone means to project oneself as an authority which is a symptom of Unilateralism . We can have opinions on someone but not the judgement.  To be judgemental is to narrow own space of free thinking.
Answered 11 months ago

I think we all judge others depending on their manners, attitude and how they carry. But let me make it clear that we should not impose or even show our judgement.

suni51
Answered 9 months ago
suni51

All the factors that you mentioned contribute to the formation of opinion about others.Sadly it is a universal phenomenon.But exceptions are always there.

Looks is the first thing that comes to our notice.We see that people with good looks are more popular.That's why film world has great fan following.Social status and all things associated with it is another factor.The affluent are placed at  a pedestal higher.People who have immense talent and are highly skillful are also appreciated more.People who are more civilized also get a good opinion.Sometimes it can be a guise.Gossip is another major contributor.

In fact,it is our values that decides how we formulate opinions and pass judgements.

If we understand that each person is unique,has his or her journey and that we should believe what we see and ultimately it is the character of a person that is to be given importance,there would be a fair treatment.

P.Bindu
Answered 2 days ago
P.Bindu

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