Have you ever been criticized by other people? Have they ever
wondering of why they gone criticize on others? Nobody's perfect,
as everybody says. Disraeli stated "It is much easier to be
critical than to be correct". Sometimes, criticism can be a
solution to everyone's emotions and spiritual life but in
exchange was the destruction of those two elements of humanity.
That's why they keep on criticizing so that they can walk away
their acts and doings. They keep on criticizing others for many
different reasons: when they saw something acts or words that
they don't like or immoral to them, or feeling that they're much
higher than those people that they criticized.
They always look for fault-finders to enhance or to level
themselves in order for them to gain respect and dignity, but in
the disadvantage of it was they're too tack less to see others
hurt. But no matter they keep on criticizing people, they got
nothing to gain, for in the old saying says "It doesn't take much
size on criticism".
Do you know why do people keep on criticizing others? Psychology
explained us that there are three reasons why they are keep on
criticizing people; first, is we criticize in order to elevate
ourselves. Most people think of this tactic is true. They gain
more respect and dignity but the disadvantage of it was the
people you criticized were keeping on criticizing on you and can
destruct your spiritual and emotional stability. Second, we
criticize in order to project our being miserable to the world.
We keep on criticizing themselves in order to make them see that
you're really in a miserable situation. Last but not the least,
the third one which is, we criticize the very thing of which we
are guilty, or the thing which tempts us and troubles us the
most. Of course, if you're keeping on criticizing other people's
acts and doings can also put your life into danger, chaos and the
worse, catastrophe to humankind.
One of Jesus' disciples, Paul wrote in the book of Romans,
Chapter twelve verse three says "For I say, through the grace
given unto me, to every man that is among you, not to think
himself more highly he ought to think."
Nobody had higher dignity than others. We are equally created by
the Lord, but in such a unique way. In First Corinthians Chapter
ten verse twelve says "Let him that thinketh he standeth take
heed lest he fall." If you think of being strong and confident,
just beware not those two traits fell you down.
God gives us warning (in form of the verse) to keep us reminded
that be delivered from seeing bad things only in our daily lives,
but we must also see its positive and good side. Consistent,
pleasant, kind criticism is an aspiration for people to think
deeply and to meditate their works and deeds if it is right or
wrong; but too much criticism can shed from those who thinks that
only triumphant in life have been faltered.