IT TAKES ONE TO KNOW ONE!
Judge at first sight
“When you judge others, you do not define them, you define yourself”
― Earl Nightingale
We have all heard about love at first sight, but I think to judge someone, at first sight, is more common than love!
In our everyday life, we judge people so, easily without knowing them completely, we judge them in a single 30 minute meeting or less than that, we judge them in a glance by their body language, how they talk, how they walk, how they eat, etc.
To judge someone is easy, but to judge someone by knowing one thing about them or by knowing half of the story about them is complete insanity.
Even I myself used to judge people, by giving an opinion about them most of the time I succeed by giving it, but the rest I failed, I failed badly and, you know what’s the worst part? Let me tell you the first part, is that guilt and that feeling you suffer after knowing the complete story of that person.
“Within the first seven seconds of meeting someone, our brain makes 11 different decisions about them, including their intelligence, socioeconomic status, education, competence, and trustworthiness,” said corporate image consultant and personal brand strategist Anna Hinson.
I completely disagree with the term First impression is the last impression may it happens in some cases, but in the majority there’s been nothing like this.
It is not easy to let go of things, but at least we can try like I’m trying, can we stop this habit of judging someone by not knowing them completely, can we stop passing comments about someone on their dressing sense and the way they talk, I know it’s not easy but at least we can try we all make mistakes, there is no bad in making mistakes but what bad is not accepting and changing oneself, not realizing what we did and what we are doing still!
We don’t know the person sitting in front of us what he/she is going through what their emotions and problems are and even they are your close one’s and you know more about them please don’t make fun of their emotions and feelings they are there with you for a reason. If you cannot support them just listen to them.
Before you start judging them, think about whether they matter. Do you feel like what you’re doing is right? That question is usually more important than what other people think.
The opinion of the (so-called goes with the flow like majority) doesn’t matter what matter is the Truth!