Sunday, 4 June 2017

Judge Me Not

Don't judge me by my attire or my looks,
Or on my choice of food, movies or books!
Judging minus authority; has poor accuracy.
There's a kaleidoscopic me that you can't see...

You don't know the reason I have behaved such;
Why to you my word or sentence appears "too much"?
If you or your loved one had said or acted the same,
Things would be absolutely fine & you'd be game!



Why the urge to lacerate & indulge in dissection?
Do you have the free time or do you consider it fun?
Feel you know me in & out? Try walking in my shoes!
You aren't being paid to be a 'Judge'; nothing to lose!

Why increasing our world's "Judge" population?
Be constructive; make an intentional contribution!
One "Judge" less & may it trigger a chain reaction-
Extra empathy, integrity & sense for every person!

Never be a party to insensitive faulty judgment blues.
We are responsible for our behaviour & what we choose.
Rejoice when character assassination & judgment ends!
Be yourself & let others be...Just chill my friends!!!

Do you like to judge people or are you non-judgmental? Do share your comments.

Linking with - 
Three Word Wednesday - Kaleidoscopic, Lacerate, Intentional

13 comments:

  1. I try as much not to judge anyone, hard to do at certain times, I must admit. Greetings!

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  2. Absolutely hard-hitting Anita. The negative people who keep judging must read this amazing poem.

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  3. I wish we could have a world without "Judges" :)

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  4. how true I try to rememeber judge not lest you be judged.

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  5. Thought-provoking post, Anita. Your poem made me think whether decision-making is making judgment or not.

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  6. Wonderful poem. I try my best not to judge people.

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  7. Intense poem, Anita! I try my best to not judge myself and accept myself in whole with kindness and compassion. I believe when we are more accepting and more appreciative of our own self (flaws and all), we tend to judge people less and love them more.

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  8. Judging fairly is ultimately an illusion. But, one can at least avoid forming opinion based on one's outer looks and behaviour.

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  9. I seldom judge anyone, never when I don't know the person. We really have no idea what someone might be going through.

    Very good, thought-provoking composition.

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  10. I learnt it the hard way to NOT judge.. sometimes what we see is not what reality is .. and as such the job i do have to keep in mind what has happened just before and after tooo :)

    good one

    Bikram's

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