Anyone is allowed to roam the streets and feel free. But they may not always feel protected or safe from the mean things that others want to say. I think that this can also relate to judging someone by what’s on the outside instead of what’s on the outside. Many people are really quick to judge someone of make up things about someone just because of what they look like on the outside. Little do they know is that the person they are judging is such a nice kind hearted person. A lot of people try way to much in order to fit in just because they want to feel
I believe what drives our judgement is the way people think of others. Today in this world, people are close minded and not open to new ideas. Society’s think that people who grew up from the bad side of town, they will get nowhere in life. We judge people for the way they look, what they wear, where they 're from, where they live, etc. We judge out of our own fears and insecurities. We must treat people the way the want to be treated, not by how you think they should be treated. When we judge someone, do we really know what goes on in their life. Also, still discriminate others to this day, such as, we still judge people based on their race. We have to treat people with equal rights no matter what race or ethnicity they are. We have qualities
Another prominent issue with people today is the judging of one’s character based solely on their appearance. People are harsh with their words and quick to judge on another. This problem is especially seen with the younger generation of society, though is common amongst all people. Most people do not give others the honest chance to become well-acquainted because they have already judged the person
No matter how open-minded a person may claim to be, everyone makes presumptions on first impressions or rumors. Despite seeing someone for only a split second, people make assumptions about others’ attitude, personality, and character! Usually, people tend to notice things that they feel are grounds to pass judgment upon. The quote “ You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view.... Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it” by Harper Lee is a quote that truly signifies how people should perceive others. Rather than judging someone, people should place themselves in their shoes and try to understand their way of thinking
Have you ever thought about how people judge others without motives or reasons? Well this quite common in today’s world. We judge people by
Judging people by the way they look. So it can be hard not to judge someone but it’s still not a good thing to do, they could be a caring person, but you are too judgmental to see through their clothing or hairstyle and avoid them. But it isn't there fault to be avoided, it is your fault and you should try to recognize when you do this and get out of your comfort zone. In Freak The Mighty by Rodman Philbrick it has you judging characters but seeing them as different people.
“Judging a person does not define who you are. It defines who you are.” - Unknown. In the novel “The Wednesday Wars” by Gary D. Schmidt, all of the characters judge another at one point. I believe that Gary D. Schmidt is trying to tell the readers that judging a person too quickly is wrong. For example, Holling judges Mrs Baker by thinking that she hates him.
When is passing judgment on others wrong? If we keep it to ourselves and do not speak it
Judging someone by their cover seems like something we would never do. Yet, we seem to do it without a care. In fact, in the book To Kill a Mockingbird; there are many characters that without knowing actually made judgement. There are many judgements drawn towards the main character Boo Radley, and Tom Robinson. They judge Boo on the way he lives.
Most people in this world today have been judged or criticized for something. This has been shown through some of my experiences I have had in the past. For example, one day when I was at school, I witnessed two of my friends who were talking about another one of my friends, but it wasn’t good words being said. My friends said that he was wearing gross clothes as well as that, he wasn’t the smartest kid. This evidence suggests that my friend with bad clothes couldn’t control that and he was being judged by the way he looked but he was a really nice kid. His family, maybe couldn’t afford that, but the kids that were judging him didn’t realize the advantages they had compared to him.
Because of this, judgement is best kept to yourself due to its subjectiveness. By being judgmental, you are over-simplifying a person’s own experiences, emotions, troubles, everything that makes humans the complex being that we are and condensing them into one’s own simplistic narrative. I believe that judging others is a bad process to do to others but most importantly it affects one’s own well-being. If I were to be judgmental, I would completely change how I acted. It would turn me into a narrow-minded, bitter version of
Have you ever been judged before for the smallest and unimportant things you can imagine? Or maybe you have seen others getting judged for the way they act or dress. On September 16, at James Giles School 7th and 8th graders were having lunch and recess. The students were having a good time talking playing games and eating lunch naturally having a good time. A group of 7th grade girls were talking and suddenly another girls joined them. The girls that joined them was their friend because they would go to the park together and walk together after school. The girls didn't like the idea of joining them. The girls started being mean and judging her of what she wore to school. People that judge others in a mean way know that its mean and hurtful
A famous person once said “Judging a person doesn’t define who they are. It defines who YOU are.” Don’t judge someone by how they look comes out in both of the stories “The Lion and the Mouse” by Rob John and “Wonder” by R.J Palacio. Both of the stories have characters that are different from others. Both of the characters get judged, but are very helpful in the end.
People judge each other on a daily basis. The way an individual presents themselves, speaks, and behave are all qualities other people base their perception off of. Consequently, these inferences are quite useful in determining who you would and would not enjoy being in any type of relationship with based on surface appearance. However, people may take judging people on surface appearance too far. Therefore, although making a judgement on about a person may not be a negative inference, people take their judgmental attitude to the extreme. Consequently, they have placed themselves in a negative lifestyle which negatively impacts their mood and social interactions.