The Couple on the Donkey ... A Lesson on Judgment!

Knowledge
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Slipstream

Such good advice. No matter how many hoops you jump through, there's always another hoop. Thanks for the reminder that it's best to ignore all the hoops and stay focused on your direction and goals and keep on track with that. Thank you!

Sanatana

You got that right!

Evangel

I wonder why people judge even the most insignificant things about others? What joy is derived from putting down others? It starts at a very early age in childhood and gets progressively worse as people get older. Has anyone studied this? It must be part of our DNA. Whether it's a person's looks, their actions, their choices, the way they speak, or walk, or laugh, even the tone of their voice, or age, or race, or religion. Everything is judged, and often is done so with loads of snark and sneer. Too bad.

Sanatana

I believe that people judge others for many reasons, one of them being to feel superior. The person judging doesn't have the best self-esteem. Putting others down falsely brings theirs up. Or they're belittled at home. Since they can't do anything against their abusers, they take it out on someone weaker.

Evangel

I agree. I also think people with high self-esteem are equally as guilty, often making rude and derogatory remarks about others for the sake of eliciting some giggles or guffaws from their companions.

Sanatana