Judging a person doesn’t define who they are, it defines who you are. – Unknown

Judging a person doesn't define who they are, it defines who you are. - Unknown

It is not good to judge any person based on some fictitious data or ordinary calculations and assumptions. Life is actually much beyond this. We have no right to judge others. We actually have the right to hold opinions, but not give any judgment.

It is our common experience that people who tend to judge others finally get themselves trapped in their own trap with advancing time. Judging others does not define who they are, It actually defines who we are in the process.

It is also important to acknowledge the fact that we should remember the old saying or proverb that people should never judge a book by its cover. This means that our judgment is often based on superficial data and external show.

People actually fail to notice and analyze internal content. Internal content in any person is actually of much greater importance than external appearance or content. Superficial content cannot survive the tests of time and will surely result in a false judgment.

We must learn to value a person and never comment on their personal life or social lifestyle. The individuality of every person should be respected by others as well. We are no one to judge someone. Only God has the supreme power to judge someone correctly.

Remember that we never know what the other person goes through in life, so we have no right to comment on their lives or decisions. We judge others generally from our external viewpoint, which is often proved wrong.

Moreover, instead of judging others, we must find solutions and ways to help others. We must behave like a human and try to share each other’s problems and solve them quickly.

Each one has a different story and different beginnings in their lives. Therefore, we must not hold assumptions about them because we just know a very small part or fraction of their lives. Therefore, we need to accept life as it comes and values each other without any discrimination or ambiguity.

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