We have all heard about or met those people who go like, ‘I can’t hang out with those guys, they smoke, ‘can you believe she’s not a virgin’, ‘OMG! he’s gay’. Basically, all they do is judge everyone (I was one of those people by the way. Emphasis on was).
Just because you don’t do the things other people do, that doesn’t mean you are perfect. We all sin differently. We all have what I’d like to call our own demons and because of that very fact, that doesn’t make us a better person.
Hiding your ugly and sinful side from other people and pretending not to be at fault at all is rather hypocritical in my opinion. Take for example, homosexuals. They’re highly judged and discriminated against yet they have to come out of the closet and express their true selves to find happiness which isn’t a walk in the park at all.
Of course, I’m against some things that people do, but what can I do about it really? Nothing! So, I’m going to shut up and let people be because life is a b*t#h and can be really hard for some of us.
You can’t come up in here judging everyone like you’re the most immaculate being on the planet. Listen, here is a fun fact for you, you are not God! So, judge them or not that won’t change anything.
If anything, it will only make you miserable. You don’t know why people do what they do. The only thing you can change is your sinful nature because that’s your only jurisdiction. Let the Lord do His job.
Quit trying to understand everything because somethings you actually have no say whatsoever. You continuously judging others won’t really change them. If you don’t want to smoke, don’t do it. If you feel burdened by your alcoholic nature, then stop drinking.
Where the problem arises is when you’re being forced into doing something you don’t want to, then you have no choice but to fight back. Besides that, keep your judgmental attitude to yourself and above all, MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS!
You’ll never know why people do the things they do. Life doesn’t get any easier than that people. It never does.
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