Experience is knowledge
The decisions we make in life are based on knowledge and experience. But what happens if you don’t have the experience and full knowledge for something so life changing? What happens when the situation you were put in was something you never thought would happen? No one knows their answer for certain until they’ve been through it before. An example of a life changing situation is abortion and we hope never to go through it. Everyone judges either intentional or unintentional but, we do it so often we don’t even realize it because it’s a daily thing for most of us. Three things I want to express are, not to judge, do not hold onto the past, and start to understand a situation. Judging is so common to humans it becomes natural. Judging happens because we don’t have the knowledge of something or someone, so we make our own assumptions. Abortion is something people have judged. Protesters have judged abortion into making their selves believe a right decision, without having the experience. With others that have gone through this tragedy know what it’s like to be judged and in some cases it cause suicide for that women under depression and judgments from others. Judging has such a strong effect on those who are being judged. Think before you speak. No one has the right to try and put themselves in someone else’s shoes, because we’re all different in many ways. We have different views, opinions, and personalities. There’s a saying that I firmly believe in, “Don’t judge a book by its cover”. Something you think you might know from looking at the outside is nothing similar to what’s really on the inside. Holding onto the past will make you stay in the past. The example I have brought up relates to this and it was abortion. A person that makes this decision in life will face the outcome, but to deal with that outcome a healthy way is to accept and move on. Holding that weight on your shoulders will make you live everyday as if you’re going in...
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