Is it unadulterated as we not walk in their shoes and give a judgement.,


Is it unadulterated as we not walk in their shoes and give a judgement?


Giving judgements to others is so easy, if we do not agree or don’t know them.
Then we make it up a bit and have after a credible story for those interested to listen.
Something hear, read or see about another might indeed give possibilities for going in a conversation room and can make us interesting to others or not?
Nowadays, it seems like people have no dialogue more with substance and start just to talk about others.
Often it is then also considerably magnified with additional words to make their story more powerful reach the listeners.
So when they start to tell about another in false words it will lead a life of their own with an excessive aftereffect.
When it has been told by several mouths give it a heavy false impression to others about this individual or their business.
There is almost no more truth hitched in, but the story is becoming full of lies.
This will often someone severely disadvantaged in his personality without any reason or have the taleteller a reason?
We must also realise that the same person who talks about others against us, the same person talk with other people about us.
So first they injure another and afterwards they will gossip about us in the same circle of friends.
Let’s just think about it what consequences this will have in a circle of friends or people.
Bad gossip about people while they are not there and can not defend their own is based on dishonesty and criminal.
Our position on exchange or give something life experiences is normal with or against specific persons or with friends.
This is something we can never stop, because everyone is free to give their speech,
Only then tell the total truth which we always give another the chance to defend themselves with after a fair verdict.
The most impressive of these is that most blabbermouths tell us something hear from rumour, or dream up something else.
Without any truth is in the narrative out of mouth from the person incurred hearing voice.
The bell hear ringing, but do not know where the clapper hangs, is usually the case or someone who wants to talk themselves clean of crime.
Prejudice on the judgments of others is easy, but to know the exact truth and finding out is a wiser decision, before to come with judgement.
How and why something is so happened, will be very judicious before we can judge something definitely.
Not think about the consequences to “of a mosquito making an elephant.”
And thereby penalising others in their personal or business life, is actually a criminal thought.
Conspiring with people who peddle such talk for their own profit interests gives adverse effects to everyone.
Read another’s life book can be a dark story.
And to judge them without having done the same journey or in walk their shoes with the same life experiences.
This would utterly dishonest and unrealistic be, narrator and judgment giver would show an impure conscience to us.
To win trust by gossiping and lightning with storm wishing to others is very inferior.
Uphill vision is to cause solar rays accessible to anyone, that will give more satisfaction to a human lifetime.


All the best for You with a Good Health


author © Jan Jansen @authorjanjansen @janjansenpoetry @easyjanjansen @77jjeb





Jan Jansen is a believer for the Power of Stories to change persons Lives. Jan always use Social Media to connect with interesting peoples around the world, He added Photography and Poems as his arsenal for Sharing and Connecting in the digital World. He writes about his thought and in the forms of Poems or a story in and Social Media at You can find him on Google+ and Twitter. With Thanks to our Team Leader from Easy Branches

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