Are there any times when you should judge the morality of others? Why or why not? If so, when and why? We should not judge others because we are not perfect, but I think I would judge the morality of others when I feel and/or known the way this person is acting or thinking could end up hurting his or herself, undoubtedly. I would do it, because there are moments wherewe know for sure that some behaviors and actions are going to end wrong, and if I can helpand prevent someone to get hurt I will do it, even if that means judging the other person; because it won’t be with the intention to hurt or make the person feel less, but to provide a positive and constructive advice and criticism. Some sample is when someone by necessity is thinking of committing a robbery; maybe that person is not a criminal or bad one, but thesame need leads her to make those extreme decisions, I think in situations like this it is good to have an opinion and judge, but do it in a constructive way and to help others. In your own life, how do you respond when you see others suffering?Have you found any particularly effective ways of helping those who are going through difficult times?I know it is not the best solution, but I try to keep stronger and don’t show that I am suffering too; because I prefer to maintain a strong position so I can help and make the other person that is passing for a bad moment feel a little calmer seeing that I remain calm with the situation. For nobody is fun to see someone suffering not matter the cause, suffering is not one of the best feelings; there will be moments where find the positive side about something will be difficult but not impossible, that’s what I am always trying to do, find the positive side of some negative situation. That makes suffering more bearable and makes us face it faster and stronger, so that feeling does not last long in our life.I agree with you that although God teaches us to don’t judge others, there will be moments when the morality of other it is considered wrong, no matter what, it is wrong in the eyes of everyone; that’s whenI think it is appropriate and necessary to judge and have an opinion about it. We are judging based on
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