Judgment is one of the most ancient forms of human behaviour. Everyone has attributes, behaviours, actions that are difficult for others to handle.
Many times, we project things onto others that we cannot accept in ourselves. As long as people keep themselves busy judging others, they don’t have to face their unacceptable qualities.
There is, has been, and always will be prejudice. We should bear one essential thought in mind; judging someone says more about that individual than the person they are judging.
We asked Pulzus users about how they judge other’s actions. The saying that good intentions are what truly matters … seems to be true. In our research, more than half of the respondents, 66%, judge others’ actions based on their intentions, while 26% judge on the consequences. When you judge people’s actions, what is more important to you?
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