My dear,

Scientist and thinkerers talk about how we judge people by their actions on a conscious level. They’re wrong.

In reality, people judge you for your actions without knowing the reason behind it.

Our judgement is not something we do consciously. We’d go mad if it was; We’re constantly judging.

No, I believe that when people see you do good, or do bad, they get a feeling within them that tells them a little about you; a feeling that tells them whether or not they want to get to know you as a person. That’s when a judgement has occurred, and they’re unaware of it.

People don’t conciously judge.

Falsely yours,
A. Nonymous