First, agree with me that you cannot fairly or accurately judge any situation without knowing all the facts and the background of all individuals involved. To understand and judge someone’s actions, you need to know the basis of those actions and how that person perceives the facts as well as the actions being judged, correct? Without that background, any judgment is bound to be flawed because you are attempting the judge someone or something in a vacuum.
For instance, without knowledge of who the police are, what kind of cars they drive and how they react to driving faster than the speed limit, how would you judge a car coming up behind you at a fast speed with wildly flashing lights and making ear splitting sounds? Would it be unreasonable to judge that you are being attacked and take actions to get away from the crazy car…
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