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Baseless grounds.

There is no ethical and moral compass in this deluded behavior of…

The way we treat others is the way we treat ourselves.  The way we understand others is the way we understand ourselves.  Judging others then is a reflection of ourselves, the kind of persons we are, the characters we have; therefore, you can never know a person by what others tell you of that person, as you can never know yourself by listening to the petty voices in your mind.

You know yourself by the honest feelings behind your daily actions, not by the voices in your mind.  You know others by seeing their actions yourself, not by what others have said of them.

You may listen to the voices in your head, which are influenced by the gossip and opinions of others, and this may even make you feel like you can judge or know a particular person; however, this is not so in reality, because you can only know a person by actually knowing that person and the way they behave.

Your imagination, calculation, ideas, thoughts about someone, are just baseless and ignorant even if you have heard about such person; unless you actually talk to that person and know that person’s feelings and behaviors.

Being quick to judge is one of the big mistakes which lead people to ruin any possible relationships or advancement in relationships of any kind.  Have you ruined any possible relationship like this…??

Wars, racism, prejudice, intolerance and much more exist due to not really understanding one another, and so judging based on what someone says, on someone else’s deed, or in the past of that particular person.

There is no ethical and moral compass in this deluded behavior of the egoistical mind.  In judging people without actually knowing them no integrity exists in you.

So it is that one must be aware of this, and not enter the petty game of gossip and baseless accusation others play.


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“Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.

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