Have you ever looked at someone and judged only by the first impression of what you saw? Let’s say that if you saw someone dressed in a very torn dirty shirt walking down the street without shoes… what would you think? Would you immediately judge the person thinking that maybe he or she was homeless? Think about it… where does your mind go? or maybe someone was speeding and driving too fast… what did you think? He immediately judged them and got angry and cursed the situation and said… “what a lousy driver they are?” Only you can answer this question… where does your mind go? Do you judge or not?
Let’s take a look at this from another perspective on approval WITHOUT JUDGMENT…. Taking the same scenario, the person who had a dirty torn shirt and no shoes could be a very rich and well-to-do person, but he just had an unexpected encounter with a dog that had chased him down the road since he lost his slippers in the path. him trying to escape and then slipping through a fence that had ripped his shirt when he tripped and fell into the mud, all because he was trying to escape harm. Instead of judging the person…you could just ask him if he needs help.🤙🏽😊
In the other scenario, the speeding driver has just received an emergency phone call that his daughter was in a serious hiking accident and was airlifted to the hospital by medical helicopter in critical condition with the prognosis that she would not make it.
Wow! Doesn’t that make you see things differently?
So if you see someone speeding, please pray for them and their families that you protect them from what could be going on instead of drawing your own conclusions and judging people because that’s just nonsense. That is why it is very important to always remember that we do NOT know anyone’s story… so DO NOT JUDGE anyone by their looks or actions, but have a mindset of showing more compassion and love for another person. YOU would appreciate it if people didn’t judge you, right?…so why do it with others? It is something to think about and change the way we see things.
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