Hypothetically if you could hear people's thoughts, do you think it would be fair to judge them and the type of person they are based on those thoughts vs. their actual actions?
Most Helpful Guy
Hypothetically, if one could hear the thoughts of others, it would be fair to judge them by such thoughts, but only if you also held yourself to the same standards, and even if others around you could not hear your thoughts to pass judgment, then you, as the individual in question, should only judge others by that which you are willing to be judged by. Such behavior and philosophy has actual religious roots in a few denominations.
Yes, to hold another by a standard you wouldn’t allow yourself to be judged by is being hypocritical and that’s not morally or ethically good. Whether or not you judge someone by their thoughts or their actions is irrelevant, if you don’t hold yourself to the same low or high standards, but if you feel you truly can pass judgment on yourself as you would do it to another, then it is far, because you are not doing anything to another you are not willing to do for yourself. That’s my bottom line.
Most Helpful Girl
No. It should be based on what they do with those thoughts.0