Emmanuel V. d'Aboville
Thoughts on Judgement
Updated: May 12, 2020
Judging might be a part of growing up, it might be a tool for progress but it might also be a mistake.
A man can have advocacies and a moral code, if he is an idealist he can feel strongly about the wrongs of some.
Judging people puts them in boxes, where they are graded and categorized as being more or less good and bad.
Feeling strongly about the wrongs of others can be a good thing and a drive for positive change.
It can also be a painful activity that feeds the judger with constant negative emotion towards the world that surrounds him. Pushing him towards resenting the world as not being a good place.
People are free to do what they want as long as they are not hurting or hindering others. In truth, most of the world is filled with people who are just trying to make it in life, just enjoying being alive or trying to make a positive impact and all 3 are alright in my book.
I am happy and feel lucky to be a part of those people.
No one is perfect and to be alive, and to fight for life is much admirable.