What are the things about a person that you use to judge them by?
In Will we ever be able to move past labeling people based on the clothes they wear, gallileogirl wrote:
@DominicX I admit judging people by what they say or try to impose on others, but not by the way they speak, the color of their complexion, their religious or political beliefs, how they dress, where they live or who they love. I don’t even judge you for thinking those all balance out.
People forever seem to be saying that they don’t judge people, but I think I’m saying that we all do judge others somehow. Maybe not on their sexual practices, or the color of their skin, or age, or clothing, but there are legitimate ways to judge others. We all make choices about who we want to spend time with.
What are the things you judge a person by? I’m sure there will be a lot of “honesty,” “integrity” answers, but try to go a bit deeper to thinking about what behaviors indicate those things to you. I mean, what is it about the people you really like that makes you like them? What is it about the people who totally turn you off that makes you dislike them?
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