It is in our nature to Judge. We judge the people around us by looks, hobbies, and the actions we see. Some judgements are very shallow. They are made because of people's music, art, backgrounds (family history) and sometimes even names. But all of this leads to one thing the human mind!
People believe that they can have their sins forgiven, that their wrong doings can be done right. All this can happen and it does often, but that doesn't mean that what you did/caused is forgotten. That the water just washed your footprint away. What you did is permanent! Whee I come from their is a moral:
'Three men are asked what is the tongue- the words we say?
The first said that the tongue is like the blade of the sword, because it can do huge and painful damage but at the same time it can be an art, cause relaxation and peace.
The second said that the tongue is like a hammer. Why? Because it can do permanent damage and also do something that stays for a long time-positively and negatively.
The last man said that the tongue is like an arrow-Now this might seem 'ok another weapon' but read on to find the special meaning- When an arrow is shot you have no control against it. Same with the tongue once it has said something, it is out and about. You cannot take it back. Plus once you shoot the arrow you don't know where it will land exactly.'
And this is the moral of the story. Don't judge and right away make an assumption about somebody. Meet the person, talk to them. Don't be Bias, don't just look through the one way lens. This moral tells us just how powerful just our words are. Not our actions physically but our verbal actions.
Wounds heal but scars just fade. They fade, yes but that doesn't mean they are gone completely.
"Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me" This sentence which is very famous does stand for something. To me it means don't take what people say about personally. If they something about you that is wrong then ignore it. Its their mistake, their stupidity. If they say something true about you but you think that is who you are, then just wave their comments away. Sometimes judgement helps, but not if it hurts you from with in. It is bullying.
Think about what you say. Think about what you see and above all don't let people's words destroy you, because only you know the real and full you!