“Don't Judge a Book by Its Cover”

In: English and Literature

Submitted By ahurskaya
Words 252
Pages 2
Problems with judging people, is that you don’t know who you are talking to. There are millionaires and billionaires that walk around Naples in flowered shirts and drive beat-up cars and trucks. They aren’t prone to show who and what they are because they just want to talk as a regular person.
Judging people will and can cause serious problems in the workplace. People who see others in a certain light may be prone to exclude a person who may have valuable in-sight to help the task at hand. Dimensions of thought that go through many different people can cause a single dimension to expand and come to conclusions that were never considered.
People generally have a lot to offer if asked and nurtured to think in a rational state of consciousness. Only after you have taken the time to learn about an individual can you make a sound judgment on what that person means in your life. However, people can always change and a judgment can be wrong. Time has showed even after you have known someone for several years, they can be what you originally thought them to be if you had judged them before.
You never truly know someone’s inner-thoughts. You only know what they show and you have to trust your own intuition to get by. For some this is a difficult task, and others see this as ability. In the end it is up to your own dimension of thought....