Judgement


Crime and Punishment 1935
Peter Lorre, “Crime and Punishment” 1935
  1. “We judge others instantly by their clothes, their cars, their appearance, their race, their education, their social status. The list is endless. What gets me is that most people decide who another person is before they have even spoken to them. What’s even worse is that these same people decide who someone else is, and don’t even know who they are themselves.” Ashly Lorenzana
  2. “We can’t know ourself or anyone for that matter with absolution because all can we do is think… being awareness…perceive
    Thought is what creates stories we tell ourselves and each other
    ….creating and expressing experience(s)…. reverberating as we’re all one in the same in …the idea of our “self” as something separate from anyone or anything is illusory and acknowledging that just might be wisdom?!
    Know nothing and think everything…because there are infinite ways to look at any given “thing” or situation.
    It’s a beautiful thing to just BE!!!!” Amanda Venus Abdelrahman, Prospective Perspective
  3. “Our judgments judge us, and nothing reveals us, exposes our weaknesses, more ingeniously than the attitude of pronouncing upon our fellows.” Paul Valery

Matt Damon sees a painting in Robin Williams office, who plays his psychiatrist, and assumes he knows everything about him just by looking at it.

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