Being judgemental

The dictionary defines the word “judgemental” as:

of or denoting an attitude in which judgments about other people’s conduct are made.

 

For a long time, I have always wondered how it feels like to be a judgemental person. From my perspective, a judgemental person is: one who always have something nasty to say about someone, or something, either directly or indirectly; one who comes to a conclusion even before he/she knows what exactly is happening; one who can easily claim someone is dumb without much justification. In my view, a judgemental person is unable to think before they speak.

There is a fine line drawn between being critical and being judgemental. The ones who are critical offers constructive criticism, and are able to substantiate what they say. The ones who are judgemental simply loves to judge, and say something before they actually process those thoughts.

I can’t change how the people around me are. However, I can indeed stay away from judgemental people.

Some people bring joy wherever they go, and some people bring joy whenever they go.

 

 

 

 

 

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