We don't like to be judged, but we like to be judged. We are strange beings, we humans. Human nature is like that because we are first and foremost social beings, we like to know everything, but sometimes we need to stop and ask ourselves if we are going too far with our condemnations. Living in such an environment does not help because society and the environment shape a young man into another like them. In the Balkans, it is important to know about others, and whether you know about yourself and about yourself is not. I think that the consciousness of our people is slowly changing, because now people are busier with obligations and do not have that much time for small and irrelevant stories, they also live more and more in big cities where we do not know so many people. However, the list of reasons why we should not judge others is huge, and I know that everything comes down to one thing, and that is: "Nobody knows other people's troubles." I can't know if a man is crying in the street because something nice happened to him or some big accident happened to him, so I can't even judge him. Who am I to judge, who are you? We are all ordinary people, so different, and yet so similar. It's all tiring and sometimes I don't understand the point of people talking more about another person's life than their own. You can't know why that someone did that, because you're just not him. Looking for objections, even in the smallest things, is a characteristic of insecure people, those who are not satisfied with their lives. We can be condemned for everything that comes to someone's mind, for their weight, appearance, our views on life, various decisions ... But we do not have to allow that to affect us. The world would be a better place if we all tried to build it together, and not to destroy it by thinking of us as worthless and not so important things. We should not judge because we never know what someone is carrying on their shoulders, but we should be noble and try to lighten that burden at least a little. Helping someone is really the purpose of everything.