Don't & Never Judge 2 Quickly

Saturday, June 7, 2008 5 comments

Every day we do our activities. And we always hear and see about something. How you respond about that? Some people believe on what they hear and see only, but more wise for us to see and know about the things with completed. Here I want to share some video about that :

The important is Don't and Never Judge too Quickly about something. Sometimes what you hear and what you see is bias. Find about it more before you judge it.

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  • Jimmy Kurnia Indradjaya June 7, 2008 at 6:49 PM

    That's a cool video that telll us don't judge too quickly. Thank you.

  • My June 7, 2008 at 7:46 PM

    Funny video! And yes, people should think twice before judging too quickly.

  • durano lawayan a.k.a. brad spit June 7, 2008 at 9:28 PM

    Hi Success,

    I agree with you completely. Never be influenced by what is apparent and continue to search for other possible causes. Or, never be swayed by the first person's interpretation of events, but to seek the other version of the opposing party to evaluate who has more justification for the incident that transpired.

    Thanks for dropping by. You're welcome anytime at my site. :-) --Durano, done!

  • Mel Avila Alarilla June 8, 2008 at 4:22 AM

    Hi the success,
    Yes, your message rings loud and clear. We must never judge prematurely or better still, we must never judge at all because we too will come under judgment. I already subscribe to your blog via email feeds and will include your blog in my blog roll. Thanks for the post. God bless.

  • Marie June 8, 2008 at 3:05 PM

    I think the problem is that it's only human nature to judge things or people at a glance. For example, when you meet new people for the first time, we use our past experiences and if someone reminds us of something that was either a good/bad experience, we will project this onto them that will determine how we behave towards them.

    We should try to keep this in mind, to prevent judging things or people straight away without giving them a chance first.