We Have NO Right to Judge What Others Believe

Updated: Apr 12, 2019

As I have said before, I am a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This last weekend was our annual general conference (https://www.lds.org/general-conference?lang=eng) and after hearing many positive messages, I am excited to share some of my thoughts.


However, if another religion has some sort of event or place that is important to them, I am not going to be part of it just so I can BASH what they believe. THAT IS NOT OKAY. Isn't this common sense? I am not sure if disbelievers watch conference or just google what was said, but there is always someone who has to post something they don't agree with. If you don't agree with it, you don't need to research or post about what took place there. Clearly it is not for you and that is FINE.


Part of being human is respecting what others believe. We all are different. This means we all have different beliefs. I've said this before, just because you don't agree with something doesn't mean you get to disrespect those that do.


If you have questions, BY ALL MEANS ASK. Nobody is going to be offended if you ask questions. I feel like we don't want to ask questions because we think it is rude. It isn't. Walt Whitman said, "Be Curious, not judgmental." Believe it or not, there is a difference.


What are your thoughts on all of this? I would love to understand your perspectives.


Welp, until next time 😘.


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