Gerald Anderson had some things say about people who are quick to judge others.
For him, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. As humans, it’s part of our nature. But he believes there should be a fine line between having an opinion on something and passing judgments.
“Masaya ka sa buhay, malungkot sa buhay mo, human nature nating mang-judge,” he shared during a conversation with his girlfriend Julia Barretto and friend Dave Dalisay for a vlog.
He added, “Lahat naman tayo may karapatan sa opinyon natin. At maraming tao na laging may opinyon tungkol sa ibang tao at tungkol sa ibang bagay. Pero dapat hanggang doon lang. Kumbaga, kung gusto niyang mamuhay sa ganoong paraan o ano, choice niya iyan, 'di ba? Wala tayong karapatan mag-judge.”
The “Init sa Magdamag” star also mentioned that there are lots of people who always take notice of others' actions without even assessing their own.
“Maraming perfect sa mundo. Maraming feeling perfect,” he said.
It’s also a problem how some tend to focus too much on a mistake a person does, quickly forgetting all the other good things he’s done. “Kunwari sa trabaho, kung lagi kang on time, pero ma-late ka ng isang beses, bad shot ka na, ‘di ba?”
So Gerald suggested that rather that dwelling on what others have to say, you just have to think about what you’re actually meant to do. “So, paggising mo sa umaga, isipin mo lang, gawin mo lang ‘yung best mo bilang tao, bilang trabaho.”
“Basta kung saan ka masaya. Kung saan ka mas naging mabuting tao, mas masaya, mas positive,” said Gerald.
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