The Critics

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Do not judge, for not being judged. Matthew 7: 1

The critical word is defined by the Dictionary as a set of opinions that correspond to an analysis and that can be positive or negative, there are the type that are dedicated to issue this type of opinions or judgments, especially on literary or artistic works. But the critique also we people use according to our thoughts and ideas and in which we make an analysis, to understand or evaluate the way in which the thoughts that pretend to interpret and represent the world are organized, in particular the opinions or information that in everyday life we ​​usually accept as true. In our environment we can say that there is constructive criticism is according to our criterion of what we call truth or have a basis to the person who we respect respect and we do so in order to help on a specific statement. The destructive criticisms are those that start from a series of negative feelings, for example envy, jealousy, or resentment, because they are expressive, for example. "I did not like your subject because you repeated the same words all the time", "I do not like how you speak", "that color or style of hair does not fit me", "that car of yours is terrible, you should sell it", etc. In the Bible the concept of criticism does not appear, but it appears as a murmur, and of not judging people according to our way of thinking or opinions that we have about them, especially as expressed in Matthew 7: 1 "Judge not" so that you are not judged. Critics think they are perfect, but since they do nothing, no one can criticize them. Some criticize for habits and others make them to pass the time. However, criticism harms the personality of the individual who practices, consider yourself a critic? It is better to act before criticizing!

Author: Carlos Ramírez

Publication date: 02-Jul-2018