"Judgmental Quotes" refers to a category of quotes that convey a critical or evaluative perspective on individuals or situations. These quotes often express a particular viewpoint or opinion, highlighting flaws, shortcomings, or negative aspects of a person or a situation. They can serve as a way to provoke thought, spark debate, or shed light on societal or personal issues.
However, it is important to approach judgmental quotes with caution, as they can also perpetuate negativity, prejudice, or unfair generalizations. It is crucial to remember that everyone has their own unique experiences and perspectives, and it is important to foster empathy and understanding rather than solely relying on judgment.
Below are various judgmental quotes with their meanings/explanations;
“You can never get all the facts from just one newspaper, and unless you have all the facts, you cannot make proper judgements about what is going on.” – Harry S. Truman
If you want to know what is going on in the world, you need to be informed by different sources. Newspapers are one of the best ways to get that information. But unless you have all the facts, you cannot make proper judgements about what is happening. It is important to be aware of the bias that newspapers may have in order to get a fair perspective.
“When you judge others, you do not define them, you define yourself.” – Earl Nightingale
Everyone has different opinions, and that's okay. Everyone has their own way of looking at the world, and that's why everyone is special. No one deserves to be judged for who they are, because that would only define themselves. Instead, let's judge others by what they do, not by who they are.
“As your consciousness, refinement and pureness of heart expands you will become less judgmental, less corrective, less reactive, less black-and-white, less critical, less apt to blame and less tormented by others and their faults and views.” – Bryant McGill
As your consciousness, refinement, and pureness of heart expand, you will notice a remarkable shift in your perspectives and behaviors. Gradually, you will become less judgmental, less corrective, and less reactive to situations and people around you. The black-and-white thinking that once governed your thoughts will fade away, making room for a more nuanced understanding of the complexities of life. Criticism and blame will lose their grip on your mind, freeing you from the torment of constantly dwelling on the faults and differing views of others. In this state of expansion, you will find greater peace and acceptance, allowing you to navigate life with a more open heart and mind.
“Those who are quick to judge you are in a hurry to escape the brewing pain in their own minds.” – Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana
It seems that every day we hear about somebody who is quick to judge. They're the ones who give off the air of being unbiased, but in their hearts they're itching to get away from the pain. Whether it's physical pain or emotional pain, these people jump to conclusions and make assumptions about what another person is going through. Unfortunately, this type of behavior can net them negative attention from others.
“The more seriously we work on our own imperfections, the less we are judgemental of the imperfections of others.” – Neal A. Maxwell
The ability to be more objective, less judgmental and less reactive is a key to becoming a better person. It's also important to become more critical in order to see things in a more realistic light. But even more important is the ability to become less apt to blame and less apt to give up. These changes will make you happier and more content with who you are.
“You never know what people are going through, because, each person you meet has a story to tell, so instead of being judgmental – Just listen well!” – Charmaine J. Forde
It is always important to be respectful when meeting new people, and to not take things too far. However, there are times when you never know what someone is going through, and by listening well, you can gain a better understanding of them. Each person has their own story to tell, so don't be afraid to ask questions or listen closely.
“Do not judge. Assess.” – Naide P Obiang
Everyone has their own ways of looking at the world and that's perfectly okay. What we should be focused on, however, is how to best help those around us. We can't change the course of history, but we can help those who are struggling by providing them with information and support.
“Audiences aren’t fools – their judgement really is important. And the true heroes of films are the investors. They take the risk, after all.” – Stephen Frears
There are many films released each year that are either successful or poorly received. This is largely due to the opinions of audiences, who often seem to be fooled when it comes to judging a film. However, investors really are the true heroes of films, and their gamble often pays off. With a little bit of luck, these risks can lead to huge profits for those who take them on.
“Before passing a judgement on somebody just give it a thought about what he or she went through.” – Paresh Rawal
People who have experienced a tragedy or been through a difficult experience can often give an accurate and impartial account of what they went through. However, not everyone is capable of giving a true, unbiased account. Before passing judgement on somebody just give them the benefit of the doubt.
“I love when things are transparent, free and clear of all inhibition and judgement.” – Pharrell Williams
Transparency is key to a strong and healthy relationship. It lets both partners know what is happening, without any inhibition or judgement. This allows for communication and connection to form, which is essential in a healthy relationship.
“I don’t really have that many judgements on things, or crazy statements that I feel like I have to put across.” – Rita Ora
When it comes to judgement, there is often a lot of grey area. We feel like we have to put across certain points, but ultimately how we feel about something is up for interpretation. Some things are simply too enigmatic or mysterious for us to understand, while others can be so blatantly false that it's hard to believe.
“We must admit that history is enjoyable to a large extent because it enables us to pass judgement on the past.” – Douglas Hurd
Many people believe that history is a valuable source of information that allows us to make informed decisions today. This belief is based on the idea that the past can provide us with insights into how we could have behaved if we only knew what happened. There are a number of reasons why historians enjoy writing about the past, but one of the most important reasons is that it enables us to pass judgement on the past.
“Let’s stop being so damn judgemental & crucifying everyone who doesn’t fit into our boxed-in perceptions of what is right.” – Gillian Anderson
What we need to do is break down our preconceptions and see things from someone else's perspective. We need to stop being so damn judgemental and crucifying everyone who doesn't fit into our boxed-in perceptions of what is right.
“Everyone may not be good, but there’s always something good in everyone. Never judge anyone shortly because every saint has a past and every sinner has a future.” – Oscar Wilde
No one is perfect, and that s why no one can be judged immediately. We should always be hesitant to make final judgments about others based on what we know about them. There are many good people out there, and even more who are capable of great things. Just because someone has a past or a future doesn't mean they are bad or good.
“I experienced the judgement of a lot of people – and deservedly so.” – Sienna Miller
We all know that life can be tough. Whether it’s during good times or bad, everyone experiences it in their own way. But even though life can be difficult, we should never forget the people who have helped us through everything. When we experience judgement from others, it takes away from the strength that we feel inside. In spite of all the pain and darkness that comes with life, we should remember the people who have helped us through it all.
“All business proceeds on beliefs, or judgements of probabilities, and not on certainties.” – Charles William Eliot
Beliefs are what enable people to make decisions about the future. Probabilities are what determines whether something is likely to happen. Judgements of probabilities are what people make based on their beliefs.
“Our job on earth isn’t to criticize, reject, or judge. Our purpose is to offer a helping hand, compassion, and mercy. We are to do unto others as we hope they would do unto us.” – Dana Arcuri
As humans, we are always striving for the best. However, sometimes our efforts lead us to places we never thought possible. For example, some people may criticize others for their actions or decisions, but what they fail to understand is that these individuals may have done the same thing in their own life. We should not judge someone based on their actions or decisions, but rather offer them a helping hand and compassion.
“Judgement comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgement.” – Simon Bolivar
Judgement is a decision that we make based on our current knowledge and experience. Our judgement can be good or bad, but it comes from our experience. We can learn and grow as people, and so our judgement can improve.
“The trouble of the king becomes the trouble of the subject, for how shall we live if judgement is withheld, or if faulty decisions are promulgated?” – James Stephens
Many people would agree that there is a problem when the king becomes the head of society. He can be controlling and decisions are made without the best interest of the people being considered. If there is no check on his power, it could lead to anarchy. The subject, on the other hand, can become easily overwhelmed with too much power and no guidance from above. This can lead to them becoming inefficient and/or do not know what to do with their own power.
“Someone praising you is also someone being judgmental. The difference is that you like the verdict this time.” – Nitya Prakash
If someone praises you, it's likely that they think that you're doing a great job. However, this person also may be thinking that your work is terrible or that you're clueless. The difference is that the person who praises you is usually willing to give you the benefit of the doubt. If they think that your work is good, they may even want to tell you how they feel. However, the person who criticizes you typically won't be so forgiving.
“Please be kind, don’t be judgemental.” – Noel Edmonds
It's hard enough being polite, let alone being kind. But that's why we're here, to help. So please, be less judgmental and more understanding when others are trying to make a point.
“When we make judgements we’re inevitably acting on limited knowledge, isn’t it best to ask if we seek to understand, or simply let them be?” – Jay Woodman
Judgements are always based on limited knowledge, which can be seen in both our decisions and actions. It is best to ask if we seek to understand, or simply let them be. By asking ourselves this question, we can start to take the first steps towards becoming more aware of our actions and judgements.
“To live with someone who likes you, and whose judgement you respect, because you love them, does make quite a difference, I find.” – Roger Scruton
When you find someone who you love and whose judgement you respect, living with them does make quite a difference. They are there for you no matter what and they will never leave you. They will always be there for you to talk to, to listen to your problems, and to help make your life better.
“Judging the things you do not understand is like a game of gambling where setbacks are more often than success.” – Amit Kalantri
One of the things that can be difficult when it comes to making decisions is understanding what someone else is thinking. This is especially true when it comes to those we are in close relationships with. Judging the things we do not understand is like playing a game of gambling where setbacks are more often than success.
“And finally, no matter how good the science gets, there are problems that inevitably depend on judgement, on art, on a feel for financial markets.” – Martin Feldstein
Despite all the progress in science and technology, there remain many problems that cannot be solved through scientific means alone. These problems often depend on human judgement and art, and some may even require a financial investment. Despite this, scientists and others continue to work hard to try and solve these problems.
“Indeed – judicious, consistent parenting is a dream of mine. No judgements, learning space and listening carefully are my goals.” – Emma Thompson
If you're looking for a loving, consistent home with children, you'll never find it in your city. You'll have to move to a rural area. But that's not the only thing you'll have to change if you want a parenting style that is ideal for your children. You must also be consistent in your approach - be willing to listen carefully and provide space for learning.
“And all men are ready to pass judgement on the priest as if he was not a being clothed with flesh, or one who inherited a human nature.” – John Chrysostom
Pope Francis has called for a "reparation" of the priest, and many are beginning to see him as a symbol of how society can be too harsh in its judgments. Others say that Francis is making too many assumptions about what the priest represents and isn't taking into account the unique experiences of men.
“I’m more concerned with getting them to find and strengthen their original voice as writers rather than imposing my own subjective tastes, judgements or sensibility on the project.” – Douglas Wood
Writing is a process that involves the writer’s subjective taste, judgement and sensibility. Although there are many writers out there who try to impose their own subjective taste on their projects, we believe that getting them to find and strengthen their original voice is the best way to get the best out of them. This way they can truly be themselves and communicate their ideas in a way that is original and meaningful to them.
“We should not pretend to understand the world only by the intellect. The judgement of the intellect is only part of the truth.” – Carl Jung
The world is complex and it takes many different factors to understand it. Some people believe that the judgement of the intellect is only one part of the truth. Others believe that the judgement of the intellect is important, but not the whole truth. There are many different ways to see the world, and it is important that we all take into account what other people have to say about it.
“Depend upon yourself. Make your judgement trustworthy by trusting it. You can develop good judgement as you do the muscles of your body – by judicious, daily exercise. To be known as a man of sound judgement will be much in your favor.” – Grantland Rice
Depend upon yourself for your life. You cannot rely on others to make decisions for you. You must trust your judgement and exercise your muscles daily in order to be a well-rounded man. Good judgement comes from practice and by being judicious with every decision you make.
“There are a lot of people who are overly judgemental on the Internet.” – Ishaan Khatter
There are people who are overly judgemental on the Internet, and it can be hard to know how to express yourself. Some people use the Internet as a way to share their opinions, but others use it as a platform for criticised and negative comments. There is no right or wrong way to use the Internet, but it can be difficult to know when to let go and when to speak out.
“That I can’t relate to today’s music or morals doesn’t make either necessarily bad. Just different. I leave the judgements to others.” – Perry Como
People often defend their own taste in music and morals by saying that they don't relate to what other people listen to or share in their own lives. This isn't always true, as there are many different types of music and moralities out there.
“Retain your peace by refusing to respond to rude, judgemental, or prying people. They won’t understand anyway.” – Manprit Kaur
If you find yourself constantly getting asked to do things that you don't want to do or need to be polite in order to get along with people, you might be doing it wrong. Sometimes people just need a little bit of space and time to think things over, and if you refuse to give them that, they'll eventually get tired of you and move on.
“You can develop good judgement as you do the muscles of your body – by judicious, daily exercise.” - Grenville Kleiser
Many people think that the only way to develop good judgement is through regular exercise. However, by judicious daily exercise, you can also develop good judgement. regularly exercising your muscles will help you better control your body and reflexes, which will in turn help you make sound decisions and be more efficient in your everyday life.
“Outer gavels can’t crush you when your inner judge is love.” – Curtis Tyrone Jones
You walk into a courtroom and feel an adrenaline rush as you see the imposing figure of the judge. As you approach, you sense that he is in love. His voice is soft and gentle as he tells you to take your seat and wait your turn. As the minutes go by, you begin to feel a bit anxious. But then, out of nowhere, the judge picks up his gavel and begins to crush you. Suddenly everything feels calm and safe.
“The stage is a place where I can be wholly myself. Even though you’re in front of people almost to be judged, it is a place without judgement.” – Florence Welch
Even though you are in front of people, it is a place where you can be yourself. There is no judgement. This is a stage where you can be yourself and be whole.
“A poem generated by its own laws may be unrealized and bad in terms of so-called objective principles of taste, judgement, deduction.” – A. R. Ammons
Laws, no matter how well intentioned, may often have unintended consequences that can actually be bad for the people who make and enforce them. This is especially true when laws are generated by the nature of a particular society or community. By their very nature, these laws can be self-defeating in the sense that they may not be realized in practice as planned, leading to bad Taste, Judgement, Decision making.
“Organisation can never be a substitute for initiative and for judgement.” – Louis D. Brandeis
An organisation cannot be a substitute for initiative and judgement. In order to be successful, an organisation must have both of these qualities in order to make the most of its resources. An organisation must also be able to work together to achieve common goals.
“One should make morals judgements for oneself.” – Kathryn Bigelow
Every person has a set of morals they believe in. Sometimes it's easy to make these judgements for oneself, and sometimes it can be more difficult. Ultimately, the best way to make these judgements is to think about what you want your morality to look like.
“It’s not your job to judge or to decide if someone deserves something. It’s your job to lift the fallen and comfort the broken.” – Karen Gibbs
Everyone has different talents and abilities. Some people are more qualified than others to do a certain job, and it's not up to anyone else to decide if someone deserves something. It's up to them to lift the fallen and comfort the broken.
“An expert is someone who has succeeded in making decisions and judgements simpler through knowing what to pay attention to and what to ignore.” – Edward de Bono
There is a lot of debate around what makes an expert, and what makes them successful. Some would say that it is knowing what to pay attention to and what to ignore, while others would say that it is being able to communicate effectively. Whatever the case may be, someone who knows how to make decisions and judgements simpler through knowing these things is an expert.
“It is not for me to judge another man’s life. I must judge, I must choose, I must spurn, purely for myself. For myself, alone.” – Herman Hesse
The individual in this article is a woman who has decided that she does not want to judge another man's life. She must choose, for herself, what is best for herself.
“The main engagement of the writer is towards truthfulness; therefore he must keep his mind and his judgement free.” – Gabrielle Roy
The writer takes an oath to maintain truthfulness in his writings and he must do so in all his actions. He is also responsible for the consequences of his words, as they could influence others. The writer takes this Oath seriously and will not knowingly break it.
“At the end of the day, you need someone who listens to you with no judgement.” – Payal Rohatgi
If you're looking for someone who listens with no judgement, you'll need to find someone who is familiar with the back and forth of relationships. This person will be able to understand what you're saying and can help you work through any issues that come up.
“When I am sharply judgmental of any other person, it’s because I sense or see reflected in them some aspect of myself that I don’t want to acknowledge.” – Gabor Maté
When we are sharply judgmental of any other person, it is because we sense or see reflected in them some aspect of ourselves that we don't want to acknowledge. We may feel that they are not good enough, or that they are not worth our time or attention. When we evaluate others harshly, it feels like an attack on ourselves and it can cause us to feel uncomfortable and stressed.
“No one is born ugly, we’re just born in a judgemental society.” – Kim Namjoon
Most humans develop their looks over time, as they learn to appreciate and respect themselves. However, according to some people, everyone is ugly from the moment they are born. This belief is based on a few factors as socially prescribed norms that dictate what people should look like and the general view of beauty that is held by society.
“Judgements prevent us from seeing the good that lies beyond appearances.” – Wayne Dyer
When it comes to decision making, it can be difficult to know what to look for in order to make the best decisions for our own well-being. Unfortunately, appearances can often play a significant role in our decisions, and without accurate judgement, we may miss out on opportunities that could lead to positive outcomes. It is important to be aware of these things when making decisions, and by doing so, we may be able to make better choices for ourselves and those around us.
“The way that other people judge me is none of my business.” – Martha Beck
Everyone has their own unique perspective on the world, and that's exactly why it's none of our business. We should not be trying to understand or change what other people think, because doing so would only lead to them judging us further.
“Never judge a potato by its skin. One day, it will be french fries.” – Ian Wilson
Potatoes have a long,eterminate life cycle that includes growing, harvesting, and cooking. Even though they are an often-undervalued food source, potatoes can produce some of the most delicious dishes around. So before you start judging them by their skin, take a closer look and see what makes them so special.
“I’ve been a vegetarian for years and years. I’m not judgemental about others who aren’t, I just feel I cannot eat or wear living creatures.” – Drew Barrymore
Vegetarians and meat-eaters have different opinions on the question of whether or not they can live without eating animals. Some vegetarians believe that it is impossible to live without eating animals, while others may only partially agree. Some vegans also consume meat, but argue that it is wrong to do so because it takes away from the potential for healthy diets for humans and other animals.
“I don’t live with judgement or resentment, I don’t have time for it.” – Joe Wicks
Judgement and resentment are two common feelings that people have towards one another. It can be difficult to understand why these feelings exist and how to rid of them.
“It amazes me sometimes that even intelligent people will analyze a situation or make a judgement after only recognizing the standard or traditional structure of a piece.” – David Bowie
What we take for granted when analyzing a situation or making a judgement is often something we are not aware of. For example, after recognizing the standard or traditional structure of a piece of music, some people might say that the melody is boring or unoriginal. This is an assumption that is made based on the standard structure of the piece.
“Property may be destroyed and money may lose its purchasing power; but, character, health, knowledge and good judgement will always be in demand under all conditions.” – Roger Babson
There are a few things that everyone knows. Education is one of them. But, there are also things that everyone knows but cannot or will not tell their friends. Some people know that it is rude to talk about a person's health in front of others, some people know that it is rude to talk about character defects in other people, and some people know that it is polite to avoid such conversation altogether.
“Success in life is the result of good judgment. Good judgment is usually the result of experience. Experience is usually the result of bad judgment.” – Tony Robbins
Good judgment is the result of years of experience and learning. It is important to have good judgment in order to achieve success in life. Good judgment is usually the result of bad judgment, which is something that can be improved with experience.
“Make no judgements where you have no compassion.” – Anne McCaffrey
When it comes to relationships, there are no easy answers. One needs to be sensitive and understanding when it comes to others, while being firm and clear when making decisions. And yet, in the world we live in, people often make snap judgments and put others in positions they can't handle. It's important to remember that where you place your compassion will ultimately have a huge impact on the people around you.
“Judge tenderly, if you must. There is usually a side you have not heard, a story you know nothing about, and a battle waged that you are not having to fight.” – Traci Lea LaRussa
When it comes to judges, there is usually a side you have not heard, a story you know nothing about, and a battle waged that you are not having to fight. Judges are the people who make rulings in court cases. They are also important in the government. The job of a judge is to make sure that everyone is treated fairly and that everyone is able to get what they need.
“It is best to disregard their talk and judge only their actions.” – Dorothy Day
Many people believe that it is best to disregard the talk of others and judge only their actions. This may be the best policy for some, but it may not be the best policy for others. Some may feel that it is better to stay away from those who are not worth listening to, while others may choose to associate with those who share their interests. Ultimately, it is up to the individual to make their own decision about how they should act based on their individual beliefs.
“The more you look into and understand yourself, the less judgmental you become towards others.” – Tariq Ramadan
Looking inside yourself can be a difficult task, but it can help you become more forgiving and less judgmental towards others. By understanding your own thoughts and emotions, you can better understand how others may feel, and this can make communication easier. It can also help you become more self-aware, which will make you happier and better able to relate to others.
“Look. Art knows no prejudice, art knows no boundaries, and art doesn’t really have judgement in its purest form. So just go, just go.” – K. D. Lang
Looking at art can be a very rewarding experience, no matter what your opinion on the arts may be. After all, there is nothing wrong with enjoying art for itself - irrespective of what others may say. However, sometimes it can be difficult to understand why someone might enjoy a particular piece of art, or why some pieces are more popular than others.
“Hesitancy in judgment is the only true mark of the thinker.” – Dagobert D. Runes
Judgment is a complex process that takes into account a person's thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Hesitancy is the only true mark of the thinker. When a person has doubts about what they are thinking or feeling, this shows that they are not in control of their thoughts and actions.