Do not judge others. This is obviously easier said than done. Many people fed by insecurity disdain the work of others, see errors, faults and bad faith in everything. This makes them think they would do the work better, they would produce better results but will this strategy of putting others down to build ones own self-esteem goes right? Hardly.
I do not think anyone will completely eliminate the habit of judging others on their minds, but you can change the old formula to express judgments through verbal attacks and sarcasm, maybe being yourself more useful. Instead of unconditionally accepting people for who they are, we judge them. There are many reasons that lead us to fall into this trap. We judge people who don´t share the same thought of ours, because we expect the worst and most often, because we want to harm someone.
Almost all the points mentioned express a negative, pessimistic or fatalistic view, because the judge does not wait things to flow to evaluate them. Hastily he sees chaos because deep down inside he really wants all go wrong. There is always someone to blame. We are quick to find fault with others and pronounce our judgment on them, without regarding to our own faults.
The ideal thing would be not judge anyone, nor ourselves. We should be encouraged to improve our own performance and spend less time judging.
Whenever you catch yourself judging, criticizing, try a different approach: accepts, understands and cooperates. This can lead you to some positive results.
This can be applied to anything we do: be with other people at work, in politics and media. When people have a forum for discussion and does not use tools properly, leaving for peremptory or hasty judgment, he does not contribute at all. What makes anyone believes that he alone has the power to see what is wrong? A visionary?
Sometimes we are quick to judge or form an opinion on others, especially when we do not know their motivations. There is a quote from Booker T. Washington, that says: "I do not allow any man put me down and degrade my soul by making me hate him." That's what we sometimes do when we judge others, we degrade our own souls. We should not pay too much attention to judgment of others. Men are as diverse as contradictory and it is impossible to please their demands and satisfy them.
Keep in mind just being authentic and true. Forget the crowd, do not discuss mistakes of others just to feel you are the best person in the world. The tendency to judge a person as someone who has no positive qualities is a strategy of the ego to avoid uncomfortable feelings, is just speech to provoke emotional reactions.
If you judge people, you have no time to love them, have said Mother Teresa.