I’ve always enjoyed the topic of judgement as it’s one of humanities biggest flaws and paradoxes. It crosses all the great religions as well as ancient philosophers and philosophies.
In simplified terms that we all understand, don’t judge a book by its cover. Yet we do. And by most people’s own standards, the “self righteous” judge the people that they don’t understand or know.
Perhaps the ignorant and naive should actually educate themselves on the standards for which they cast their judgement. This would enable the ignorant to properly understand and follow in the footsteps of who they proclaim to follow?
Judging people is one of the greatest paradoxes ever.
“Stop judging by mere appearances, but instead judge correctly”