Phrases on judging: aphorisms on who judges

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Aphorisms on judging, sentences on who judges others and quotes on the judgment of those who claim to express a negative judgment on other people without knowing.


Aphorisms on judging

- You must not judge the merit of a man by his great qualities but by the use he can make of them.

- Do not judge from the smallness of the beginnings, once they pointed out to me that the seeds that give annual herbs are not distinguished by those that give centennial trees. (Saint Josemaria Escrivà De Balaguer)


- Life is short, vast art, a fleeting opportunity, a bad experiment, a difficult judgment. (Hippocrates)

- In what appears to be judged by everyone; in what is from nobody.

- One is judged on the basis of the friends one chooses. (Aesop)


- When you allow others' judgments to become more important than yours, you end up giving up your power. (March Grad Powers)

- Do not judge, so as not to be judged; because with the judgment with which you judge you will be judged, and with the measure with which you measure you will be measured.

- Refraining from judging implies infinite hope. (Francis Scott Fitzgerald)


- The highest expression of empathy is in accepting and not judging.

- Each intellectual product must be judged from the point of view of the time and the people from whom it was produced. (Walter Horatio Pater)

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- We must not judge God from this world, because it is only a sketch that has failed him badly. (Vincent Van Gogh)

- Do not judge by appearance.

- Put yourself in the place of your neighbor and put the neighbor in your place; so you will judge well. By buying, imagine that you are the one who sells and that you are the one who buys: in this way you will buy and sell fairly. (St. Francis de Sales)

- When you are too young you cannot judge well, nor when you are too old.

- Soon those who judge hastily repent. (Publilio Siro)

- Companies must judge each other for their ability to make people happy. (Viscount Alexis Tocqueville)

- Judging means not understanding, because if one understood, one could not judge. (Andrè Malraux)


- Don't judge the drama before it's over.

- Don't make judgments if you don't feel compassion. (Anne Mac Caffrey)

- Reflecting is considerably laborious; that's why many people prefer to judge.

- The highest expression of empathy is in accepting and not judging. (Carl Rogers)

- A long examination of conscience should be done before thinking about judging others.

- The tendency to judge others is the biggest barrier to communication and understanding. (Carl Rogers)


- A negative judgment gives more satisfaction than a praise, provided it tastes of envy. (Jean Baudrillard)

- Do not judge men by the diversity of funeral monuments and tombs that adorn the streets: ash makes everyone equal.

- Do not judge a man by his opinions, but by what his opinions have made of him. (Georg Lichtenberg)

- In many matters, children, not caught up in dogmatism, passion, or erudition, judge with much more truth than adults. (Adolph Freiherr Knigge)

- In order to judge great and noble things, you must have an equally large and noble soul.

- Do not give yourself a vague moral judgment based on what others might think. (E.L.James)

- Everyone is a genius. But if he judges a fish by his ability to climb trees he will spend all his life thinking himself stupid. (Albert Einstein)

- There comes a time, in the inner life of families, when children become, both voluntarily and involuntarily, the judges of their parents. (Honoré de Balzac)

- Man sees on the surface, God sees in the heart; man looks to external actions. Instead, God judges intentions.

Phrases about who judges

- It is true that, judging by induction, and without the necessary knowledge of the facts, sometimes even the rogues are wronged. (Alessandro Manzoni)

- Men should not be judged by their opinions, but by what these opinions do with them.

- I want to remind you that while you are judging a book, the book is also judging you. (Stephen King)


- Man must be judged above all by his vices; virtues can be pretended; the vices, on the other hand, are always genuine.

- Who elected me to judge whether a being should live or whether he should not live? (Fedor Michajlovic Dostoevskij)

- I'm not an angel and I don't pretend to be. It's not one of my roles. But I'm not even the devil. I am a woman and a serious artist, and I would like to be judged for that. (Maria Callas)

- It is easier to judge a man's ingenuity by his questions than by his answers.

- Men should not be judged as judged by a painting or a statue, at a first and only glance; there is an interiority and a soul that needs to be deepened. (Jean de La Bruyère)

- The mass has very little judgment and very little memory. (Arthur Schopenhauer)

- A man's ingenuity is better judged by his questions than by his answers.

- We must not judge people without first learning to listen to them and respect them. (Paulo Coelho)

- Most judge men only on the basis of their success and wealth.

- I learned early in life not to judge others. We marginalized people are very happy and happy to leave that job to our social superiors. (Ethel Waters)

- We must not judge men by what they ignore, but by what they know, and by the way they know it. (Vauvenargues)

- Ignorance that is recognized, judged and condemned is not a complete ignorance: to be such, it must ignore itself.


- An error of judgment is not fatal, but too much anxiety about the judgment yes. (Pauline Kael)

- Men and business have their own point of view: some must be looked at closely to be able to judge them correctly, others judge themselves well only when they are far away.

- Often in judging a thing we let ourselves be dragged more by the opinion than by the true substance of the thing itself. (Lucio Anneo Seneca)

- People judge little according to the truth, much according to the opinions.

- Thomas Jefferson once said: We should never judge a president for his age, but only for his work. And ever since he told me so, I've stopped worrying. (Ronald Reagan)

- We judge ourselves for our reasons and others for their actions. (Dwight Morrow)

- Judge well only those who weigh and compare, and when he pronounces his hardest sentence he does not abandon charity. (William Wordsworth)

- Reflecting is considerably laborious; that's why many people prefer to judge. (José Ortega y Gasset)

- Do not judge according to appearances, but judge with just judgment.

- We can never judge the lives of others, because each person knows only his pain and his renunciations. It is one thing to feel that you are on the right path, but another is to think that yours is the only path. (Paulo Coelho)

- He is necessarily in a better position to judge the one who has listened to the opposite reasons, as in a trial. (Aristotle)

- Judge well only those who weigh and compare, and when he pronounces his hardest sentence he does not abandon charity. (William Wordsworth)


- It is necessary to choose after judging and not to judge after choosing. (Guide)

- It is much more difficult to judge yourself than to judge others. (Antoine de Saint-Exupery)

- I have my laws and my court to judge me, and I turn to them more than others.

- Have a hundred beautiful qualities, people will always look at you from the ugliest side. (Molière)

- Suspending the judgment only serves to declare that the truth is somewhere, if only we knew where. (William Cowper)

- God judges the tree by fruit, not by roots. (Paulo Coelho)

- We are much more able to notice the vices rather than the virtues of our fellow men. (Denis Diderot)

Quotes on judging

- No matter how insignificant the thing you need to do: do it as best you can, pay it all the attention you would pay to the thing you consider most important; in fact you will be judged by these little things. (Mahatma Gandhi)

- The more you judge, the less you love. (Nicolas de Chamfort)

- A contemptuous judgment should never be expressed too precipitously, not even on inferior beings of other planets. (Paul Scheerbart)

- If you judge people, you won't have time to love them. (Mother Teresa of Calcutta)

- When you judge others, you don't define them, you define yourself. (Wayne Dyer)


- Do not judge men by their pure appearance; because the light laughter that foams on the lips often cloaks the depths of sadness, and the serious look can be the sober veil that covers a divine peace and joy. (Harry Chapin)

- People always judge others by having their own limits as a model - and sometimes the opinion of society is full of preconceptions and fears. (Paulo Coelho)

- The wise in everything looks at the purpose, not the outcome; to begin depends on us, on the result, however, decides the fate and I do not recognize the right to judge myself.

- Tell me who you are judging and I'll tell you who you are. In politics it is no longer such a sure axiom. (Francois Mitterand)

- Love is the only mirror we have to use to judge ourselves and others. (Bodie Thoene)

- In what we seem we are judged by everyone; in what we are from nobody. (Friedrich Schiller)

- Appeal to a certain degree of humility and indulgence must be made when judging the mechanisms of another person's heart. (Khaled Hosseini)

- You cannot judge a man's character or condemn his behavior if you do not know the state of his portfolio.

- Every person you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be gentle. Always. (Plato)

- God himself does not judge any man before the end of his days. Why should we be more rushed? (Samuel Johnson)

- Prejudice is an opinion that is not based on judgment. Thus, in all the countries of the world, all the opinions one wants are inoculated to children, before they can judge for themselves.

- What do you think? That we are not judged by our appearance? That the way we present ourselves to the world is not important? (Daniel auteuil)

- In order to judge great and noble things, you must have an equally large and noble soul. (Michel de Montaigne)

- I am not judged by the number of times I fail, but by the number of times I succeed. And the number of times I succeed is directly proportional to that of the times I fail and yet I keep trying. (Tom Hopkins)

- Everyone judges well what they know, and this is the only good judge. (Aristotle)

- When I think a man judges another man, I feel the chills on me. (Hugues Lamennais)

- Our being is our past. And only with the past is it possible to judge people.

- As you judge from my outward appearance, in silence I am doing the same thing as you, even if the ninety percent chance that, in both cases, our hypotheses are wrong. (Richelle E. Goodrich)

- You need very strong ears to be honestly judged.

- We must never judge the lives of others, because everyone knows their pain and their renunciation. (Paulo Coelho)

- To judge a man, one must at least know the secret of his thought, of his misfortunes, of his emotions. (Honoré de Balzac)

- My judge is the Lord! Therefore do not want to judge anything ahead of time, until the Lord comes.

- How little they see what it is, those who make their hasty judgments about what it looks like. (Robert Southey)

- Life is short, vast art, instant opportunity, deceptive experience, difficult judgment.

- I judge people by their principles, not mine. (Martin Luther King)

- Judging is an illusion, because, if you have to judge, you use your scale of values. Behind the judgment lies the idea that we are all identical. (Swami Prajnanapada)

- It's easy to judge others, but we only realize how mean our contempt is when we have lost them, when they take them away from us. (Carlos Ruiz Zafon)

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